It was easy to switch between weeks and see previously submitted timesheets - this is great for having a "paper trail" if there are any questions later in time. It is also a simple interface; the lack of clutter cuts down on possible confusion. It's really straightforward, no frills - a simple time reporting system.
Users cannot update their own timesheet if mistakes are made or things change. The timesheet must be rejected by the reviewer before the user can update the timesheet. It would be much better for the user to be able to update the timesheet and resubmit, barring approval, instead of the upfront action of the reviewer rejecting the timesheet.
Another issue was password support. So many times, our passwords would expire and we wouldn't be given notification of it. This locks you out of the system until you call the support line. This seemed to happen more often than it should have. There should be a better communication system in place to alert users to expiring passwords.
In addition, most companies already have a time submitting application, so I don't necessarily see a huge need for this software.
Journyx is a simple, easy to use system. There are a few annoying snags - the lack of password expiration alerts, the inability for a user to update their timesheet without the reviewer rejecting the timesheet. I would recommend this for small companies.