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TimeCache 8.0 adds report, invoice improvements

updated 08:50 pm EDT, Tue March 31, 2009

TimeCache 8.0 update

The PandaWare Company has released an upgrade to its time and expense billing software for the Mac, TimeCache 8. The update focuses on improvements to reports and invoices, and provides more customization options for sub-sorting and sub-totalling, the ability to produce instant reports and invoices from saved settings, and an option for using a PDF file as a report or invoice background. Version 8 also comes with a "quick-invoice" feature that helps deliver simpler invoice creation for all projects.

In addition, the new version adds improvements to its integration with Apple's iCal and Address Book applications, more support for workgroups, and an improved interface. With iCal users are able to get an overview of each day's activities and can input time entries. The program's support for the Address Book enables the importing of both contact information and clients. Lastly, TimeCache 8 is capable of tracking every user's computer activity and saves a record of what applications and windows were active, and the time it took place.

The program requires Mac OS X 10.3 or higher and is currently priced at $35 for the upgrade, or $60 for a new user's license. A free-trial download is also available, that is capable of saving up to 20 days worth of data.






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