Monograph vs. Harvest

Monograph: A robust Harvest alternative that’s exclusive to A/E firms

Monograph is a Harvest alternative that helps you manage your projects, staff your team, and forecast revenue on top of tracking time.

From Harvest to Monograph

What former Harvest users say about Monograph

“This is a huge upgrade from Harvest and Deltek. It makes planning easier and tracking more streamlined. The interface is very clear. It is difficult to get lost in it. Some time trackers (Harvest) require information that makes it easy to get lost.”

Kristina H.

Senior Interior Designer

“Harvest is for time tracking and invoicing but it lacked the ability to plan and manage resources. I like the way [Monograph] is built for our industry, the [team] understands our unique way of managing operations and business. It saves a lot of hours and I really look forward to those free hours on getting more projects.”

Juan L.

Director of Operations

“While Harvest let us customize invoices, the time tracking functionality was incredibly cumbersome, and the added reporting and management features through Monograph were a huge boon. [Monograph’s] output is a big improvement from how we were previously tracking projects, and the user interface is a joy to work within.”

Adam G.


Product comparison

Why firms are switching from
Deltek Ajera to Monograph

Designed exclusively for architects and engineers

A/E firms have unique workflows (like phases) that can’t be effectively managed in a general software solution. Monograph has a design-centric interface so that any A/E professional can build, track, and forecast with ease.

Easy to track and manage project budgets

Monograph keeps the most important real-time project data front and center so you’re never in the dark. Compare planned and actual metrics with fewer click to quickly identify risks.

Robust forecasting and real-time reports

Monograph’s powerful reports are instantly available with a single click. Access real-time project reports or forecasted finance reports to confidently drive your firm forward.

What's right for me?

Monograph vs. Harvest

Monograph and Harvest are two popular time tracking and invoicing platforms. However, Monograph is built exclusively for A/E firms and is focused on performance management, which helps firms improve workflows beyond projects including finance and operations.

What do we know about Harvest?

Harvest is an affordable solution that can be used to track time, monitor budgets, and create invoices. It offers some forecasting capabilities for an additional cost, which provides more visibility into project plans and staffing availability. Harvest is built to be a general solution used by a wide array of business types and industries. Consequently, A/E firms that use Harvest mention that its lack of A/E capabilities (around managing project phases, fees, and staff) make time tracking and reporting cumbersome and ineffective. As a result, A/E firms that use Harvest may still require lots of dispersed, manual tracking across different systems and spreadsheets.

Why choose Monograph?

Monograph is an all-in-one platform built exclusively for architecture and engineering workflows. This means that A/E firms can quickly track time, manage budgets, and staff their team in a seamless way that aligns with firm operations. Our robust reports are built to be used and understood by architects and engineers, which makes it easy to track and forecast firm performance. Plus, Monograph consistently pushes out new and valuable features and updates based on customer feedback (see for yourself).  With Monograph you can:

  • Eliminate uncertainties with easy and precise budgets
  • Avoid setbacks and boost project performance and profit
  • Drive productivity across your team to reach your goals faster
  • Reduce revenue leakage and strengthen client relationships

The list goes on! We are a modern choice for A/E firms seeking high-performance at an affordable cost.

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