Journyx Time and
Expense Tracking for
Microsoft Dynamics 365
Unlock the power of the cloud with
Journyx time and expense tracking
for Dynamics 365.
With Dynamics 365 ERP operations paired with powerful cloud-based time and expense tracking from Journyx, the sky’s the limit! Whether you use Dynamics 365 Business Central or Finance & Operations, Journyx makes time tracking for payroll, billing, and projects a breeze.
Track time one time, in one place.
Employees can enter all their time (including project hours, overhead/non-project time, and time off) and expenses in one simple, web-based user interface. It all syncs back to Dynamics 365, Microsoft® Project and your other existing business systems.
Automatically validate timesheets and approve them your way.
Stop making timesheet corrections with data validation that automatically validates employee timesheets.
Create your own validation rules and workflow processes for easy time, expense and time-off approvals that work for your company’s needs.
Flexible project time and expense tracking.
Journyx is built for projects! Create detailed project hierarchies and track your project time and expenses, record daily in/out work times, and easily validate it all for accuracy. Sync all your data back to Dynamics 365 Business Central or Finance & Operations for easier project accounting.
Get the timesheet reports you need.
Using Journyx, you have the data needed to create robust reports on employee timesheet data – giving you a complete view into all your productivity, resources, and projects.
Manage leave requests and PTO accruals.
Journyx is built to track employee time – including leave time. Now you have the tools to manage leave requests and calculate accruals, all in one place.
Track time on the go, on any device.
The Journyx mobile app gives your employees the power and flexibility to fill out their timesheets from anywhere, using any iOS or Android device.
Feature-by-feature comparison: Journyx time and expense tracking vs. Dynamics 365 Business Central and Finance & Operations
How does Journyx’s time and expense tracking solution compare directly to the time entry and project accounting capabilities of Dynamics 365 Business Central and Finance & Operations?
D365 Business Central
D365 Finance & Operations
|Single interface for entering all types of time|
|Non-project time and expense entry||Limited|
|Automatic timesheet creation|
|Daily in/out work times|
|Crew-based time entry|
|Time-off entry in one place|
|Automatic data validation|
|Custom approval workflows||Limited||Limited and difficult to maintain|
|Leave management and approval||Not available for all users|
|Flexible accrual rules/calculation|
|Supports Canadian payroll|
|Receipt image attachment for project expenses and time entry|
|Project hierarchy creation||Limited||Limited|
|Project work breakdown structures for project time tracking||Limited|
|Easily sync project time between D365 and Microsoft Project||Limited|
|Mobile time and expense tracking||Very limited||Very limited|
|Microsoft Exchange integration for Outlook Calendar and Tasks|
|Resource Management||Limited and difficult to use|
|Detailed timesheet reporting||Very limited||Very limited|
Additional Dynamics Resources
How to Rock Your Project Time and Expenses with Microsoft Dynamics
Ready to ROCK project time and expense tracking? This checklist will show you what to look for in a solution that works with Microsoft Dynamics, so you can narrow down the solutions more easily.
Smart Time and Expense Tracking that Rocks Your Microsoft World
During this recorded webinar, you’ll learn how time and expense data is synced to your key Microsoft applications, including Dynamics 365/GP/NAV/AX, Excel, Project and Exchange to make timesheets easier than ever to fill out, submit, and process.
Time Entry in Microsoft Dynamics: Bridging the Gap
How can a best-of-breed time and expense tracking solution fill in the gaps that Microsoft Dynamics has in its time entry capabilities? This infographic shows a feature-by-feature comparison of Journyx and Dynamics ERP systems to show how it bridges the time entry divide.