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BOnTime for Pocket PC with 20% discount on Handango
Posted on 3-Apr-2004 18:57 | Tags Filed under: News


BOnTime for Pocket PC with 20% discount on Handango
BSystems informed us that a users interested in buying BOnTime for Windows Mobile Pocket PC during April 2004 can use the discount code B86598 when placing an order on 84798 Handango.

BOnTime Professional Edition combines both the Pocket PC edition and the Desktop edition of BOnTime into one all inclusive package. BOnTime Desktop Edition has all the functionality of the Pocket PC version, and installs to any Windows 2000 and Windows XP desktop computer. It also provides full synchronization capability with the Pocket PC edition.

BOnTime is a time tracking and management application for the Pocket PC that is designed for users who need to fill in regular timesheets. The new editions allow users to enter there time where ever they are - on the go or at their desk and keep their data synchronized between their desktop computer and handheld device.

  • Desktop and Pocket PC Versions
  • Full Synchronization cababilities
  • Consistent user interface
  • Utilizes the simple Client -> Project -> Task -> Job relationship
  • Easy to use interface
  • Four options for entering time (can be changed on the fly)
  • Use two (Clients and Projects) or three (Clients, projects and tasks) layers or a combination of both
  • Control the number of jobs that can be run concurrently (supports up to 10)
  • Simple day summary to quickly see your hours worked
  • Simple week summary to find out where the time has gone over the last week.
  • View the jobs done in the order they were worked
  • Edit all details of any job (even those months old)
  • Cut and paste jobs between tasks
  • Graphical and hierarchical view of clients, projects and jobs
  • Editable Clients, projects, tasks and jobs
  • Clients and projects no longer needed can be removed from the tree (marked inactive)
  • Inactive clients and projects can be re-activated easily
  • Easy to use reporting
  • Filtered reporting by date, client and project
  • Report templates for customized column ordering and filtering
  • Exporting reports to CSV files for importing into Excel
  • Three options for duration display (minutes, standard time or decimal)
  • Customizable user interface
  • Quick access combo box for description entry (optional)
  • Customisable font sizes
  • Over the air install - activesync not required for installation
  • Work with multiple files - organize your work to suit you
  • Automatic data backup through ActiveSync file syncronization
  • 437kb install footprint on Windows 2003 devices (also works on PocketPC 2002)
  • Comprehensive help
  • Online support


  • More information: http://www.bsystems.co.nz...




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