Who Uses This Software?
10,000ft supports dynamic organizations that manage multiple people + projects. If you need real-time insights to make quick decisions on constantly-changing scopes, resourcing + budgets, we can help.
Average Ratings44 reviews
- Overall 4 / 5
- Ease of Use 4 / 5
- Customer Service 4.5 / 5
- Features 4 / 5
- Value for Money 4 / 5
- Starting Price $150/month
- Pricing Details Pricing is sold in groups of 10 users starting at $150/month or $1200/year.
- Free Version No
- Free Trial Yes, get a free trial
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Mobile - iOS Native
Mobile - Android Native
- Founded 2012
10,000ft is a simple yet powerful resource management + project planning tool designed to help dynamic organizations make confident operational decisions.
10,000ft surfaces critical data like project budgets, team utilization, staffing conflicts + hiring needs in real time. Teams who use 10,000ft feel more empowered because key data is always visible + high-level outcomes stay top of mind. 10,000ft has been recognized for its design excellence with awards from FastCo, SXSW, IxDA + IDSA.
- Capacity Management
- Data Visualization
- Demand Forecasting
- Drag & Drop
- Employee Scheduling
- Filtered Search
- Resource Allocation
- Skills Tracking
- Utilization Management
- Automatic Time Capture
- Billable & Non-Billable Hours
- Billing & Invoicing
- Employee Database
- Mobile Time Tracking
- Multiple Billing Rates
- Offline Time Tracking
- Overtime Calculation
- Timesheet Management
- Vacation/Leave Tracking
10,000ft Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 11/2/2015
Exactly what we need - after trialling 10+ apps/services
We've been looking for project budget planning, time tracking and resource allocation planning tools for our agency. We tested 10+ different tools/services.
For our needs we found 10K plans the best. It's almost a 100% percent match with our workflow.
It's not an end-to-end tool but helps where we struggled the most: resource allocation and budget tracking.
It comes through that it has been designed by people who did similar agency type work. The approach / concept is brilliant and most importantly kept simple yet flexible
Great fit for our processes:
You can draft a project - it immediately reflected in resource allocation. Or change the resource allocation and it's reflected in the budget. It's immediately visible if your planned allocation is over the budget - so you can cut scope or ask for increased budget. You immediately see if you over allocated people: you can stagger projects or bring in more resources * Tracking
The project analysis bars with incurred / forecasted vs. budgeted time & expenses are giving a fantastic one blink overview of a project's status. User experience is one of the best among the products we reviewed. It's especially important for time entry as all people hate to do it. Reporting is great, slice and dice as you wish and drill down even to individual time entry level
Cons: No project cost analytics - calculations/reporting are only based on billing rates. Although you might be able to use your costs instead of billing rates but then you lose some other abilities (eg. pricing) No out of the box integration to accounting systems (we use Xero). It would be great to reconcile expenses to or from Xero. They have an API but it requires custom development to integrate. Some minor usability improvements would help (eg. zooming in / out on resource planning, long project/phase names with people names and allocation info truncated in some zoom level, etc.). But overall still much better as most of the other tools. A bit pricey: USD 15/user/month
by 10,000ft on 11/3/2015
Thanks for the great review, Peter!
Reviewed on 8/4/2017
Quick and easy way to schedule resources.
Comments: Good control and visibility of resource scheduling for low effort
Pros: It is very well designed. It's fast. Like the name suggests it gives you a high level view of your business for very little effort. Interaction is intuitive - drag the schedule around and zoom in and out so it works at any scale from daily increments to annual. Over utilisation and availability in hours are clearly displayed. Whilst it feels light it does have some depth. Time recording, P&L, custom fields, API integration and pivot table style reporting are there if you want them. Project / stage hierarchy is very handy and tags and filtering are great.
Cons: Not much. Be nice if you could create a new project from the schedule view. It would be good if you could customise colours per project for the schedule view, but colours are reserved for commercial status - confirmed, unconfirmed, leave and non billable. It is a sensible design decision as it saves users from creating project "soup" in the schedule view, but some will want that freedom.