ClockShark Reviews, Pricing, Ratings and FAQs

Learn about ClockShark's time tracking software for small businesses. Includes info on ClockShark, free trials, pricing, customer reviews and FAQs

Updated on June 4th, 2019

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ClockShark is a GPS time tracking app for small businesses. Features include time tracking, GPS tracking, and schedules, notes, and edit sharing. Businesses use ClockShark to track time, location and job costs.

ClockShark Pricing:

ClockShark costs $5.00 a user, on top of a $25.00 base fee.

Clockshark Reviews
ClockShark Review:

Pros: Can track job costs. Direct time clock is helpful. App is easy to use. GPS function is the best part.

Cons: Tends to drain battery. Not that reliable.

Bottomline: ClockShark is user-friendly and easy to implement. It is a good option for businesses for tracking costs and employees.

ClockShark News & Activity:

There is no recent ClockShark news or activity to report at this time.

ClockShark Key Information:

Co-Founders

Cliff Mitchell and Joe Mitchell

Founded

2013

Headquarters

Chico, California, US

CEO

Cliff Mitchell

Number of Employees

17+

Phone

1 (800) 828-0689

Address

ClockShark, 900 Fortress St., Ste 100,Chico, CA 95973

Website

www.clockshark.com

ClockShark FAQs:

Is there a ClockShark free trial?

ClockShark offer a 14-day free trial, which can be accessed via the email.

Where can I find the ClockShark login?

Go to clockshark.com and click "Login" in the top right corner of the homepage, or sign in directly here.

What are some ClockShark alternatives?

ClockShark Reviews:

Source

Review

Monktail - reddit.com

My employees have some difficulty using ClockShark. It takes too many "clicks" or whatever to do a simple task.

Ohcarpenter - reddit.com

ClockShark works great and syncs with Quickbooks if you use payroll.

Micheal Salmon - facebook.com

App constantly breaks down, has false updates, and drains phone battery. The worst programming I've seen.