DTC Timesheet Software Oracle Integration

The Client

CH2M HILL is a global leader in consulting, design, design-build, operations and program management, striving to perform above client expectations and industry standards for over 60 years. The company provides services to 13 markets in more than 116 countries and is among the ENR “Top 400 Contractors”.


The Challenge

After buying several construction companies in the United States, CH2M HILL transitioned these companies to their corporate financial software.  However, the software did not have the necessary functions to collect and process craft payroll and CH2M HILL resolved to purchase a timesheet software solution. In 2008, CH2M HILL purchased DTC to capture craft payroll data and process the data through Oracle Financials.


The Solution

When CH2M HILL started the selection process, they thought their findings would lead them to building an in-house solution. However, DTC provides the most functionality among its competitors and built integrations with Oracle to export the payroll data. Personnel, classifications and projects are set-up in Oracle. Next, DTC imports this information and users then enter the timesheets. The process is tightly integrated with CH2M HILL’s payroll process because at the end of each week the timesheets are grouped and exported back to Oracle for payroll processing. 


The Outcome

Using DTC gives CH2M HILL quick access to their timesheet data and allows them to enter their timesheet information through an easy to use interface. DTC gives CH2M HILL complete control of how the data is handled in DTC. CH2M HILL can make any corrections to the data in DTC while maintaining a clear understanding of how the changes will affect Oracle Financials. The integration with Oracle Financials allows CH2M HILL to manage the timesheet data more efficiently, accurately and in volume.


In Canada, CH2M HILL uses Automatic Data Processing (ADP) for payroll. Read how CH2M HILL uses ADP with DTC to improve their payroll process in our Construction Payroll Case Study



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