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Stunt Software Releases On The Job 3.0

Stunt Software Releases On The Job 3.0

Posted January 28, 2009 at 10:10am by iClarified · 4970 views
Stunt Software has announced the release of On The Job 3.0, a major new version of their time tracking and invoicing application for OS X. On The Job has two main complimentary functions - tracking time and expenses, and creating invoices. This version of On The Job is nearly a complete rewrite from version 2, and contains a vast array of new features and enhancements.

Highlights of the new features include:
* New flexible invoice layout engine
* Template editor for producing fully customizable invoices, quotes, or time sheets
* New streamlined user interface
* Invoices can now be created for a specified date range
* New outstanding invoices to easily see unpaid invoices
* Custom hourly rates can now be set for specific items
* Status bar menu to control the timer
* Individual timing sessions are now tracked, and can be edited
* Additional expense types have been added: quantity and mileage
* Per client currency settings
* Automatic and fully customizable invoice number generation

Pricing and Availability:
On The Job 3.0 can be purchased at Stunt Software's online store for $39.95 (USD) for new customers, or $14.95 (USD) for customers upgrading from version 2.0. The software comes with a 20 day free trial period and a 30 day no questions asked money back guarantee.


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Morgan Daly - January 29, 2009 at 2:04am
I so would have upgraded, but I got over waiting for so long with so little info as to development progress. So I went and bought Billed. If only they had communicated better with their customers.
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