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  • W currently use eTIME which is part of ADP. It is easy to work with and not too much of a hassle to setup. Reporting features are good as well. We have multiple time clocks in several locations so its nice to be able to manage them all right here from my desk. Customer support is also pleasant to deal with. Overall its a solid solution.

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  • I have used Kronos in the past (as a user). 

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  • We use Juris for the time and billing system.

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  • We use PerfectLaw

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  • we use eTime at work.

     

    Someone here in the community recommended Hourguard. http://www.nchsoftware.com/timesheet/index.html

    Features

     

    • Start and stop timing with the push of a button
    • Choose to start timing automatically when your computer becomes active.
    • Create your own easy to follow task structures by breaking your projects down into sub-tasks.
    • Create manual timesheet entries for those times you are not at your computer.
    • Manage your tasks effectively by marking them as active (default), complete or closed.
    • Generate easy to read activity reports.
    • Save, print or email reports for billing purposes.
    • Runs in the background without interfering with your normal day to day tasks.
    • Easy to use interface makes timing your tasks a breeze.
    • Completely free.

     

     

     


    System Requirements
    • Works on Windows XP 2000/2003/Vista/2008
    • For earlier Windows versions (98, ME) please click here
    • Mac OS X 10.1 or above
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  • I have been using a web based solution called Rescue Time.  It has a client for windows, linux, and probably Mac OSX but I have not checked.

    Here is a link to try out the free version: Rescue Time Solo Account

    Hope this helps,

    Peter

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  • We are currently implementing ProLaw. So far, we are very impressed by the power and easy of use, but it will be a few months before everything is operational.

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  • We are currently implementing Time and Attendance with Datalinx,

     

    Looks very good, and not too expensive.

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  • I am involved in the Business Software Directory, Buissy.com.
    There are a lot of great Time Management Systems out there and I believe that it is good to go to some sites listing Business Software to compare what is out there.

    We are actually going to publish an article about time reporting later this week. The idea with that article is to give an idea of how to think about time reporting that is a bit different to what is used in most organizations today.

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  • now.... have you heard of time doctor task management software?Software to monitor employees using screenshots.

    I've just been ordered to download it. This app is harsh. It records 100% of time worked, also including internet sites like myspace. I'm actually pissed about using it. Is it legal in the UK to make people to download this type of software?

    does anyone else have to use software like this?

    http://www.timedoctor.com

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  • LEAP Legal Software.  I have experience with Locus (Lexis Nexus), Carpe Diem, CLO, BHL, Pefect Balance & Open Practice.

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  • We're running Prolaw which we also use for docketing.

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