SPUG: What time tracking software do you use?
seaperldev at gmail.com
Mon May 6 17:14:42 PDT 2013
NetSuite has 2 very good time tracking programs. OpenAir and Quick Arrow.
On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 3:48 PM, Ron Pero <spug at magnadev.com> wrote:
> Here's a business question, which I hope is appropriate for this list
> since many of you are freelancers or track your time at work.
> Can you recommend good time tracking and invoicing software?
> I have several clients and have been using a small program to track my
> time, called TimeTrax. It only tracks time, and outputs reports, eg for a
> project/client over a date range. Then I manually enter tags for
> subprojects, and manually create invoices. Time to streamline this! Time to
> What do you use?
> Do you use QuickBooks? A chat with QB suggests I would use QuickBooks
> Premier 2013 Professional Services Edition. The more basic versions don't
> have time tracking.
> Am not sure I want QB open every moment I'm programming, just so I can
> track my time on it.
> I'd like to not only select a client or project, but also a subproject or
> department. Of course a description of the work. Then automatic creation of
> invoices. If QuickBooks also enters the amount and client as a Receivable,
> Do you have a vivid opinion about time tracking software?
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