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Fanurio 2.0 Released - Time Tracking and Billing for Freelancers

03.03.2009
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Craiova, Romania February 26, 2009 -- Fanurio Time Tracking SRL has just released Fanurio version 2.0, a time tracking and billing software application, highly appreciated by freelancers for its intuitive interface, flexible timer and ability to produce detailed invoices. Fanurio has lots of features for billing contracted work. It can record services and expenses, round time, apply discounts, handle subcontracted work, use multiple currencies, apply taxes, record partial payments and many more.

"Version 2.0 is an important milestone for Fanurio as it is ready to be used by many more people. It is a full-grown application whose design has proved to be intuitive and reliable for most time tracking and billing problems faced by freelancers." says Nicolae Cismaru, product manager for Fanurio. "It took us thousands of suggestions, almost three years of work and 15 releases to get here."

Fanurio is mainly used by freelancers who prefer a professional solution over pen and paper or spreadsheets to keep accurate records of their time and invoices.

Fanurio provides multiple methods to track time with little effort. Most users appreciate the reminders that help them start, resume or stop the timer. Instead of relying on their memory and attention to control the timer, users can focus on their work and care less about logging time since that's handled by the application.

Fanurio has lots of features for billing contracted work. It can record services and expenses, round time, apply discounts, handle subcontracted work, use multiple currencies, apply taxes, record partial payments and many more.

Fanurio uses a powerful template language that can be used to create great looking invoices. Using a customizable template, invoices may be exported to a HTML or PDF file so they can be printed or e-mailed. Invoice templates can be created manually, using Fanurio's template builder or free of charge by their support staff.

People who work on more than one computer choose Fanurio over other solutions also because it runs on multiple platforms. Fanurio runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and other flavors of Unix at no extra cost.

Main Features and Benefits

    * iTunes-like mini view to control the timer
    * Runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux at no extra cost
    * Detects idle time
    * Imports contacts from Address Book and CSV files
    * Invoice and payments reports
    * Time and money reports for projects
    * Exports invoices to HTML or PDF
    * Creates great looking invoices using custom layouts

New Features in 2.0

    * New Timesheet view
    * Timesheet import from other users or computers
    * Partial payments
    * Client statements
    * Export time, invoices and payments to CSV or Excel

"I wanted to let you know that I've been using the new version of Fanurio, and really like the new Add Payment process. With the economy the way it is, I've had clients partially paying invoices, and this makes it very easy to track." says Mike Waters, president of a small business-oriented IT consulting company and a long time user of Fanurio.

Pricing and Availability

Fanurio 2.0 is immediately available for $59 from http://www.fanuriotimetracking.com and as a free upgrade for all existing users. A free 30-day trial with all the functionality of the paid version can be downloaded from http://www.fanuriotimetracking.com/download.html.

About Fanurio Time Tracking SRL

Fanurio Time Tracking SRL is a privately-held software company specialized in desktop business applications. It develops Fanurio, a time tracking and billing software application since 2006 to help freelancers manage their work and be paid for it.
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