Curt Finch

Curt Finch
Curt Finch is the CEO of Journyx. Founded in 1996, Journyx automates payroll, billing and cost accounting while easing management of employee time and expenses, and provides confidence that all resources are utilized correctly and completely. Curt earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Virginia Tech. As a software programmer fixing bugs for IBM in the early ‘90’s, Curt found that tracking the time it took to fix each bug revealed the per-bug profitability. Curt knew that this concept of using time-tracking data to determine project profitability was a winning idea and something that companies were not doing – yet. Founded by Finch in 1996, Journyx helps customers of every possible size maximize their profitability and productivity. Customers include Crate&Barrel, Schlumberger, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Callaway Golf and Honeywell.

DCAA Compliance

The Scary Thing About Staying DCAA Compliant

Being awarded a defense contract can make or break a small business. In order to keep that contract and possibly get more, the DCAA -- the agency tasked with ensuring companies are compliant with defense regulations -- is very interested in how you track your time.

5 Project Management Lessons From Great Business Leaders

5 Project Management Lessons From Great Business Leaders

Some of the most successful tech business leaders of this era are and were masters of completing projects. If you're leading a project for your small business, you'd be wise to learn lessons passed on from these entrepreneurs.

ways to engage employees

Clever Ways to Engage Employees and Shake Up Company Culture

In the short term, your biggest concerns for your business may be cash flow and profitability. But in the long term, there's also stagnation to worry about. The best solution is to create a company culture that engages employees. Here's how.

work-life balance

How to Restore and Take Back Your Work-Life Balance

Entrepreneurs are accustomed to working hard and sometimes sacrificing the personal time others take for granted. But the fact is that at some point it's important to re-establish downtime for yourself -- that or burn out early. Here are some instructions for a challenge as big as building your business in the first place.

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