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SAGE DEBUTS AI-BASED TIME SYSTEM Featured

Sage has introduced what it calls “the first artificial intelligence (AI) powered application”, built into Sage Intacct. Sage Intelligent Time is available online or via mobile app.

It utilizes an AI-powered personal time assistant which Sage says can “enable service professionals to complete their timesheets more quickly and accurately by automatically reconstructing their workday.” “We are solving an age-old problem of leakage in a professional service industry,” according to Brian Siefkes, director of professional services industry marketing. Sage claims use of the Intelligent Time could lead to recouping $10,000 annually per billable employee. The use of AI is designed to counter the common problem of employees not being able to accurately reconstruct time spent on different engagements at later dates. The new product automatically suggests how time can be assigned based on work-week activities. Users can adjust these and drag them onto the timesheet. The system provides real-time project status and profitability information and has built-in user privacy to that activity data collected by the time assistant is visible only to the user. The application also can handle events attended by more than one employee.  “Once first person in a meeting books that time it is automatically updated for everybody else,” notes Josh Danielson, senior product manager at Sage AI Labs.  Intelligent Time only works with Intacct and is not sold as a stand-alone product.

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