My company has a time recording system but the only way to input time is as a sum total for a given charge code for the whole day. The smallest unit we can charge is in tenths (.1 hour = 6 minutes). But it gets hard to track if I work 6 minutes here, 12 minutes there, and then I get a phone call on that same project that lasts 20 minutes. I would be charging to the same company code for all 38 minutes (rounded to nearest tenth), but I may have worked on different aspects of the project for those times.
The company system does not offer a way to notate specific tasks that I worked on and at what times of the day, but in case I am ever audited I would like to be able to produce the detail. I would also like to get a tangible idea of where I'm actually spending my time. Pen/paper, a PDA, Android phone, nothing has worked well thus far. I wonder if there might be an iPad app that could help me.
My iPad is not connected to the company network, so I would need a convenient way to get simple text, word, or spreadsheet reports to my company email address. We do have some restrictions on file sizes and types, but I should be able to effectively use spreadsheets or some other such omnipresent file type found on most Windows computers.
If any such app could receive imports/exports to/from MS-Outlook, that might be a plus, that way I could manage with either my work computer or my iPad and merge the data at a later time.
A few search attempts in the app store (labor, time recording, etc) did not yield any useful targeted results.