The Harvest team have taken the pain out of tracking time so you can concentrate on the important things. With Harvest, you can track your time from the web, from your smartphone or even from another app. Time tracking is just the tip of the Harvest iceberg though. It also has reports to help you keep projects on time and budget and invoicing that lets you invoice and receive payments online — along with expense tracking.
Who is it for?
Any business that needs to track time could find Harvest useful. It’s popular with creatives, freelancers and small business.
How Harvest works with Xero
Once connected, Harvest creates an invoice in Xero when an invoice is marked as sent in Harvest. You can also manually export an invoice to Xero. Harvest and Xero have slightly different tax rate setups, so make sure the correct tax rate is applied when you view the invoice in Xero.
Where you can use Harvest
With over 10,000 customers in 100 countries, Harvest is available everywhere. Pricing is in US dollars.
Check it out
Try Harvest for free for 30 days, and get 50% off your first paid month with this special offer. Harvest also run weekly getting started webinars – just the ticket to get you up and running with Harvest and Xero.