January 6, 2011 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] Toronto, (ON) Canada - Marketcircle Inc. announced today that Billings, its Apple Design Award winning time billing and invoicing application is now available in the Mac App Store.
"Billings' key purpose is to help individuals make more money through better tracking of their time and expenses, all while looking professional. We've garnered multiple awards for its intuitiveness and ease of use," said Alykhan Jetha, Marketcircle's CEO. "We're very happy to have Billings easily available to the many people that will frequent the Mac App Store. We think the Mac App Store will revolutionize the purchase of desktop software."
Billings logical workflow and intuitive interface make quoting, invoicing, and time tracking simple. Users are able to generate high quality invoices in as little as 5 minutes, using one of 30 professionally designed templates. Overdue client accounts are easily identified, at which point a statement can be delivered with the click of a button. Billings users can track payments, taxes, and retainers collected with Client Accounts feature. Built-in business reports let users analyze important business trends and financial information.
An iPhone companion application, Billings Touch (sold separately in the iOS App Store) allows users to track time, mileage, and expenses when mobile, then sync over WiFi back to Billings on Mac.
Pricing and Availability:
Billings is available in the Mac App Store for $39.99 (USD).
Marketcircle Inc. develops award-winning business applications for Mac OS X and the iPhone, including Daylite business productivity management software, and Billings, a professional time-billing and invoicing application. Incorporated in 1999, Marketcircle Inc. is located in Toronto, Canada, with partners worldwide. Copyright 2010, Marketcircle Inc. All rights reserved. Daylite, Daylite 3, Daylite Touch, Daylite Mail Integration Module (DMI), Billings 3, Billings Touch, Billings Pro, and Billings Pro Touch, are trademarks of Marketcircle Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.