IT Financials Glossary

Time entry

Posted in Costs by mgentle on August 26, 2010

Time entry: a method of capturing the time people spend on tasks or activities, which can be translated into costs and then assigned to projects, applications and services. In addition, each task or activity can be assigned to capex or opex, as required by financial accounting rules.


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  1. ABC (Activity-Based Costing) said, on April 6, 2011 at 16:11

    […] type of environment. The most common method for evaluating people costs in a project is through time-entry. ABC in IT is therefore only really applicable to stable production applications and services. […]

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