TimeSage Timesheets: Easy Time-Tracking Software For Business & Shift-Workers

Do you get paid overtime, yet forget to record your own hours every month? Maybe you’re a contractor or freelancer who needs to track hours for proper remuneration? Whatever your need for a time-tracking solution, TimeSage Timesheets is a free Windows application that is bound to suit your schedule. The software is highly customisable so no matter how complex your overtime system, the software has you covered.

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If you’re a forgetful individual, it’s easy to adjust your real clock-in time, though starting your “shift” is as easy as starting the timer. Once you’ve built up a range of data you can create a timesheet of your worked hours and easily export graphs, statistics and billing information in the form of a report. Billing isn’t necessarily limited to just one set of data, and the software can add up several different sets of data to work out exactly what your time is worth.

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The free version comes with all the basic features as mentioned above, or you can upgrade for a one-off price of $29 to the Pro version. The upgrade includes the ability to share timesheets with others across a LAN, customisable import of regular CSV timesheets and removes the one timesheet per record limit that the free version is limited to.

Features:

  • Ideal for business, contractors, freelancers and even shift workers.
  • Highly customisable to suit your needs.
  • Export reports containing billing information, stats and graphs.
  • Fully featured billing reports return correct info from a range of sources.
  • One sheet per project in the free version, upgrade for unlimited sheets per project for $29.

Check out the free version of TimeSage Timesheets for Windows @ Microsys Tools

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Emma Dcosta

Great update. I would suggest having a look at Replicon’s hassle free cloud based time tracking software – http://www.replicon.com/time-tracking-softwares.aspx