Freeware version of Time(r), the Time Recording, Billing, Costing and Project Management Solution from Timewatch. With FreeTime, you can record time and expenses, analyze costs, invoice your customers and generate Reports. FreeTime integrates with MS-Word 97-2000 to produce Invoices, includes ActiveX Drill Downs to allow you to fully analyze your data, as well as the Crystal Reports V8.X runtime which is built in to provide you a host of standard reports and export options for Word, Excel, Email etc. Why do we provide FreeTime free of charge? Time(r) is a commercial system which is supplied to Businesses, Corporations and Enterprises and is probably too expensive for smaller organizations, so rather than have you use a lesser product now, then upgrade to Time(r) later, we' d prefer you to start with a decent commercial system from the outset. So we provide you FreeTime absolutely Free of Charge as we believe that once you start using Time(r), as you grow, you will upgrade to one of our commercial systems. There are now over 15, 000 small business using FreeTime and we trust that if you need a time recording system, you' ll download FreeTime and try it. Like the existing 15000 freeware customers, we are sure you will find the system incredibly powerful, configurable and easy to use. So please try it. If you can take advantage of our software, please do. We welcome you to our growing customer base of satisfied FreeTime user. Other software in our suite include PersonalTime, the email enabled, remote end user time and expense entry system which integrates with FreeTime. ProjectTime, a Project Management plug in for MS-Project to take advantage of the FreeTime time recording data within MS-Project and ScheduleTime, a complete Scheduling, Planning and Resourcing system.
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