Time It by Saburnet

Time TrackingImage and Time Billing is easiest with TIME IT by Saburnet



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I was doing a search on the internet today. For some reason, the search took almost 10 seconds. I found myself becoming incredibly inpatient. Why was it taking so long to find what I wanted?


What used to take hours to find, now takes seconds and I have a hard time waiting 10.

Time is even more valuable than it used to be. We can accomplish so much more in the same amount of time than we could in the past. That means that if we waste just 1 hour of time today, we lose about a full day of accomplishment 2 decades ago. Every second is valuable nowadays.
Cherish and utilize each one.

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Time It may be the easiest and best time tracking and billing software available. There is little time wasted learning a coplicated, cumbersome software package. Time It offers a lean package without the uneeded extras that get in the way of production.

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December 16, 2012 · 5:04 pm

Time, the Most Important Commodity

For most of us, time is the most precious thing. We need time to love and cherish our families, to create new things and relationships and to do the mundane things in life to survive. Last week, a friend who has always been full of life and continuously active had a stroke that put all things in perspective. He has had a successful, prosperous and loving life that almost came to an end.

Luckily, because of his physical strength and lust for living, he survived with few ill affects. He is now working towards a full and happy recovery.

His goals for himself and his family have not all been fulfilled and, I know, he will pursue them with even more vigor and vitality knowing how precious his time is. He will now enjoy the moments even more, see even more, and love even more. He was given the gift. He was shown the reality of life. He was re-awakened.

Each minute is precious. Each day is a blessing to be cherished and filled.

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Computer Software Slave

The other day, a friend told me he purchased a new software system for his successful business. He was very excited.

I asked him how well it supported his proven systems and processes. He explained that he needs to change most of his processes to accommodate the new software.

I wished him well as he had already made the heavy investment.

Software should augment your business and make it more efficient. You should never risk success to accommodate the software. If the software jeopardizes success in favor of new and glamorous processes, it’s not for you.

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PDF to Excel

Did you know that you can download a PDF file into an Excel workbook, massage the data and use it for your booking projects? You can automate the process so it’s all done with the click of a button.

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Time It, unlike…

Time It, unlike other, more expensive, time tracking software, does everything the small to medium sized firm needs to capture all their billable time. It accurately tracks your time spent, bills your clients and tracks all activities.  Time It enables you to keep on top of production and your clients’ status.

After reviewing what’s available from other software, we designed an easy to use, easy to learn product that should meet all your needs at a low cost.

We are experts at automating Excel functions. We wanted to take a familiar platform and make it simple for anyone to use. Press a button and you get what you need. All the data created is easily accessible and can be manipulated to create any kind of reports you want.

We are so confident that Time It will be all you need to accurately track and bill for your time, we will let you try it free for 15 days. No upfront cost, no credit card commitment needed for the free trial period. After 15 days, just press the purchase button, make payment and Time It is yours forever. No additional costs!

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August 16, 2012 · 1:06 am