Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, July 26, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Transcena Design, makers of OfficeTime, the renowned Mac time tracker, has announced a public beta release of its PC application for Win2000, XP, and Vista. A strong community following has driven almost 2 years of user suggested refinements and improvements to create time tracking software that just simply works, intuitively and easily, on both platforms. And during their Windows’ beta, they are giving away 30 copies of OfficeTime to anyone who helps suggest further refinements.
Unlike most software, which is developed in isolation according to the developer's grand plan, OfficeTime continues to evolve to meet real world expectations through community feedback.
While successfully creating a user acclaimed product for Mac, the development team began an extensive 2-year private beta with Windows users in the OfficeTime's community. They have enhanced the application from the suggestions of hundreds of customers, tracking time in real world situations, testing and refining it, based on their feedback, before releasing this full featured PC-based public beta.
Freelancers, small businesses and large organizations, using Microsoft Windows, now have the opportunity to effortlessly monitor time, run reports with colorful graphs, and instantly prepare invoices using this fully functioning public beta – at no cost.
OfficeTime can also help synchronize the busy cross-platform office space. For example, the PC-based bookkeeper and the Mac-centric graphic's team can now sync up their computers, enabling up to the minute shared access of time management reports.
And the developers aren't done, yet. In fact, OfficeTime is so eager to make their PC beta work even more smoothly, they are encouraging your suggestions and feedback. This is your chance to influence the look, feel and direction of this major time management application.
Win a copy of OfficeTime. Every comment, suggestion and even bug report sent in during the public beta will be entered to win one of 30 complimentary copies of OfficeTime’s official release.
All participants in the beta program get unlimited, no-cost, use of OfficeTime until November 15, 2008. Download OfficeTime at: http://www.officetime.net/download.html
Now OfficeTime can keep up with your busy work schedule, whether you are a Mac or a PC user.
About OfficeTime: Transcena Design Inc., a busy web and applications development firm, needed to track its employees' time. When they couldn't find a full featured, easy to use tracking application, this 17-year old agency (with a zest for clean design and usable interfaces), decided to build the OfficeTime time tracking application, a time-tracker based on real-world business needs. http://www.officetime.net
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