Improve your Time Tracking
Billings 2.5.1 Improves Time Tracking for Multiple ClientBillings, the time tracking and invoicing software from Marketcircle Inc. has accommodated user requests for restricted timers in a new point release. Rather than running timers for several clients simultaneously, Billings 2.5.1 gives you the option to pause a running timer when a new one has started.
Billings 2.5.1 is a free upgrade for Billings 2.x customers and is available immediately from Marketcircle for new users, with U.S. pricing starting at $59 (international applies, see (http://store.marketcircle.com), and is also offered for a free 21-day trial at (http://www.billings2.com).
In addition to the timer upgrade, Billings 2.5.1 users benefit from 25 new timesaving enhancements and bug-fixes, including:
* Ability to bulk edit comments in working slips
* Automatic notification on potentially invalid time slips
* Better client list sorting
* Projects list status bar updates when a new time slip is added, when switching between clients, or when project selection index changes
Billings 2.5.1 integrates easily into existing Mac productivity workflows, co-operating fully with Mac OS X's Address Book, publishing events to iCal, and making information available via Spotlight. For optimal performance on any Mac, Billings 2.5.1 is a universal application working on Intel and PowerPC processors.
For more information about Billings 2.5.1, visit www.billings2.com
Run this video demo -- Check out these screenshots, then download Billings to get up and running in a matter of minutes. Tracking your time and expenses, and impressing your clients with professional invoices has never been faster or easier.
About Marketcircle Inc.
Marketcircle Inc., the Mac business software company, develops award-winning business applications for Mac OS X, including Daylite productivity management software, Daylite Mail Integration Module (DMI), and Billings, a practical time billing and invoicing application. Incorporated in 1999, Marketcircle Inc. is located in Toronto, Canada, with partners worldwide.
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