Launch of TimeLive Time Tracking Solution 2.94.1

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LiveTecs in Surrey

65 months ago

Bradenton, Florida - May 29, 2009 --
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Bradenton, Florida - May 29, 2009 -- The livetecs.com development team today

announced the immediate available version 2.94 of open source of time

tracking software.

The main feature of the new version is a completely re-write of TimeLive with

fully integrated set of tools for managing every aspects of projects.

"We frequently see customers running a dozen applications ranging from

issue-trackers, project management, tasks management, timesheet, time

billing, employee attendance and expense management, each with different GUI

and logins. Our goal is to integrate these applications into a single

system." says founding member of TimeLive.

TimeLive Timesheets is entirely written and architected using Microsoft’s

award winning .NET Framework architecture. TimeLive Timesheets offers an

entirely thin-client interface via Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX, and fully supports

both Internet Explorer and Firefox web browsers. Thus, TimeLive timesheets’

client interface fully supports both Windows (Internet Explorer and Firefox)

and Macintosh (Firefox) computing platforms with no loss of features… even

the same easy-to-use interface is maintained across browsers and operating

system platforms.

The following are some of the details of TimeLive Web 2.91 integrated

modules:

1. Timesheet
2. Time billing
3. Project management
4. Project expense management
5. Task management
6. Issue Tracking
7. Employee Attendance
8. Employee off-days / leaves management
9. Timesheet / expense approvals
10. Project Collaboration tool.
11. Time billing.

For complete detail of TimeLive 2.9 features, visit
www.livetecs.com/Solution/Time-tracking-software.aspx

Both hosted (ASP) version and downloadable version (unlimited storage quota)
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