Paperwrk opens up its Timesheet

Posted by: Stuart Garner
1st June 2018

The powerful Paperwrk Timesheet feature will be available to app developers and partners globally through an API interface.

From mid-June 2018, Paperwrk will be offering partners and websites globally to take advantage of its fantastic timesheet service using an API ( or Application Programming Interface). This API will grant apps and businesses to integrate the Timesheet functionality onto their site, managed by Paperwrk’s backend SaaS technology.
“We wanted to take advantage of Paperwrk’s technology within QwkHire,” said Christophe Lo, CEO of QwkHire a platform for hiring temporary staff & freelancers in the UK. “Their API gave us a way of integrating the timesheet on our site for our clients and users.”
Partners can sign up for an API key online at our Paperwrk Developer Studio through one of the 3 available pricing Tiers – PAYG, Standard or Enterprise. Development teams can then implement the necessary code to add this function to their own websites, allowing their users to gain the benefit of the Timesheet service. Paperwrk’s backend technology sits behind this API processing the responses and creating new Timesheets for the partner.

“As a continual part of our roadmap of features for Paperwrk, we wanted partners and app developers to take advantage of our powerful Timesheet service without having to directly engage with the main Paperwrk portal.” said Neil Wooding, CEO of PAPERWRK. “API’s are the bread ‘n’ butter of the internet and our Timesheet API is the first in a range of API’s we have planned to create.”

Developers will be able to use the API to manage their contractor or freelancer users; create timesheet entries; delete, view and submit timesheets to their clients for approval and receive notifications back that the timesheet was approved.

Users can book a timesheet entry based on a Fixed Fee, Day Rate or Hourly fee and the service automates this through the secure RESTful API interface.

More information on the API can be found on the Paperwrk Developer Studio website –