October 29, 2009 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] Fresno, California - Virtual TimeClock '09 Release 3 was announced today by Redcort Software, publisher of employee time clock software for PC and Mac computers. Virtual TimeClock '09 Release 3 is available in both Pro and Network Editions. The new Virtual TimeClock software release brings the ability to add notes to employee timecards, full Snow Leopard and Windows 7 compatibility, and more than two dozen software enhancements.
"Adding notes to timecard entries has been a highly requested feature from our Virtual TimeClock users," said Keith DeLong, Redcort Software founder and CEO. "Our users want timecard notes to report mileage, tips, bonuses, commissions, jobs or project tracking notes. They've also requested the notes feature to allow employees to explain a late arrival or early departure right when the event occurs."
Virtual TimeClock Release 3 is fully compatible with the new Microsoft Windows 7 release. With the September 1 announcement of support for Apple's OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Virtual TimeClock software now fully supports the new operating systems released by Apple and Microsoft this past quarter. The user experience has been enhanced in Virtual TimeClock '09 Release 3 with over two dozen improvements to the software. A complete list of features and changes for Release 3 is available at the Redcort Software web site.
Pricing and Availability:
Pricing for Virtual TimeClock starts at $79 (USD) with discounted upgrades available for registered users. Full pricing information is available at the Redcort Software store. With Basic, Pro and Network Editions, Virtual TimeClock software fits businesses of all sizes. A free trial can be downloaded anytime from the Redcort Software web site.
Redcort Software has been developing, publishing and supporting time and attendance software since 1986 and online selling Virtual TimeClock since 1997. Redcort Software actively pursues customer relationships through direct sales, regular feedback and world-class technical support. Tens of thousands of workers at businesses in over fifteen countries rely on Virtual TimeClock software every business day.