Optimize your team's utilization and drive revenue
Plan and forecast resources for optimal utilization. Know when to secure more work to keep everyone occupied. Address staffing shortages before they happen.
Secure a steady workload
Get a clear overview of your team’s capacity based on activities that have already been planned. Know when to bring in more work to secure a steady revenue stream and keep employees productive.
Spot resource shortages before they happen. Make proactive decisions on outsourcing or hiring to balance your team’s workloads. No more burnout for some while others sit idle.
Consider your team’s availability when taking on new projects. Know what deadlines you can promise to customers and set realistic delivery timelines.
Delegate with ease
Keep track of your team’s capacity, considering already planned events, tasks, or vacations. Plan daily and weekly workloads based on availability and skill sets.
Prefill timesheets with individual to-do lists so everyone knows what to work on, when, and for how long.
Control shifting priorities
Respond to project timeline changes or team absences. Reschedule tasks and events accordingly and see how dependant activities are automatically adjusted too.
Gain insights into team productivity and profitability by tracking time spent on billable vs non-billable work. Use data to improve time and skill usage.
A single source of truth for your business
Run your consultancy, agency or any other professional services business on one seamlessly integrated platform.
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Customer success stories
Scoro has really become the backbone of our company. It has enabled us to pursue higher quality in every single thing we do. From sales and finances to project management and accountability.
Monica Fernandez, COOMallol Arquitectos
Scoro has ensured my team is not overworked, resources are used optimally, and less time is wasted on project management confusion.