August 18, 2008 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] Edmonton, Alberta, Canada - Transcena Design, makers of OfficeTime, the renowned time tracker, has announced OfficeTime is going international. With OfficeTime's 1.3.3 internationalization release for Mac and PC, you can track your time and expenses in just about any language imaginable. Simply start the timer and add notes on your activity in the language of your choice. OfficeTime offers full support for a wide range of character sets, including multi-byte characters.
OfficeTime's growing global community is successfully tracking, invoicing and reporting their time in French, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese and many other languages.
The internationalization functionality offers the following features:
* Proper formatting of date and time for reporting and invoicing. Adjusts to either a 24-hour clock or AM and PM, as well as date structure preferences.
* Automatically uses the correct currency during reporting and invoicing.
* Tracking, invoicing and reporting is available in French, Spanish, Russian, German, Chinese, Japanese and more...
OfficeTime continues to improve their business productivity tool with the support and suggestions of their user community. Based on the community's suggestions, the 1.3.3 release offers 9 additional improvements, as well as the enhanced internationalization options.
Find out why global consultants, freelancers and teams choose OfficeTime for tracking their day. It just works. Intuitively and easily. In addition to multi-language reporting, OfficeTime also speaks to both Mac and PC users with its cross-platform synchronization.
Pricing and Availability:
$47 USD with a full "120-day No-Hassles, Any-Reason, Money-Back Guarantee."
With this guarantee, in addition to OfficeTime's fully activated 21-day free trial, customers can feel confident testing this business tool, with its no risk investment. See a visual display of your workday, in the language of your choice.
PC and Mac User Groups may contact OfficeTime for further discounts. Journalists, newsletter publishers, bloggers and others: Get a working version of OfficeTime and feel free to reprint any of our Time-Saving Tips.
Transcena Design Inc., a busy web and applications development firm, needed to track its employees' time. When they couldn't find a full featured, easy to use tracking application, this 17-year old agency (with a zest for clean design and usable interfaces), decided to build the OfficeTime time tracking application, a time-tracker based on real-world business needs.