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iBiz 3 improves report, AppleScript support

updated 10:40 am EST, Fri January 12, 2007

iBiz 3 released

IGG Software has released iBiz 3, the latest revision of its time-billing and invoicing application for Mac OS X. iBiz 3 improves reporting as well as invoicing, and adds iCal synchronization capability alongside AppleScript support. The software provides automatic document tracking, quick timers, and a new billing section. iBiz 3 is a Universal Binary that runs natively on Intel-based Macs. The Document MOnitor feature automatically tracks time spent working on specific files associated with iBiz, allowing users to open desired files that automatically track time spent. iCal synchronization uses Sync Services to automatically sync entire iBiz projects with iCal calendars, while a 'Quick Timer' enables users to manage timers easily without interrupting workflow. The new Billing section also features a more powerful overview of invoices, estimates, and payments for clients, according to IGG. iBiz 3 is available for $50 with upgrades for iBiz 2 users priced at $20, requiring Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

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