DTC Construction Software from Digital Time Capture helps contractors track labor, material, and equipment information from the field. It's designed for industrial construction, and can be used by electrical, mechanical, HVAC, piping, and utility contractors. DTC is for larger companies that generate over $50 million in annual revenue.
DTC is primarily a timesheet management application that helps companies manage the Labor, Equipment, and Material (LEM) process cycle. Contractors can use the system to track and report daily project information including work performed, labor hours, and material and equipment use. Specifically, it allows you to record work hours by cost code, track subcontractor and vendor documents (e.g. change orders and invoices), and track resource activity like equipment costs. All this information can be tracked in the field as it happens for faster reporting and faster invoicing.
Digital Time Capture is built on the Microsoft .Net framework and integrates with several major ERP software systems, including JD Edwards, Oracle Financials, SAP, eCMS, Primavera, and MS Project.
Jennifer from Irex Corporation
Yes, would recommend.
Easy to use, quick to learn.
Do not like the feature in 126.96.36.199 that pulls all items from drop down list, and then need to enter/or choose which person/item. Old feature let you key stroke more things, with being forced to use the drop down carrat.
Rob from DCM Inc
Highly Recommended. A key part of our business and one of the best investments we've made. A total no-brainer.
The development and implementations teams at DTC have tremendous experience in our industry and understand the diversity of requirements that exist from project to project and client to client. DTC has been designed with flexibility in mind, and the product is continuously being modified and improved to suit our needs.
Support is exceptional.
It would be nice to see a good user friendly report engine. The stock reports are very good, but modifications need to be coded, so they can't always be done by non-technical end users.