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Monday, July 20, 2015  

ScreenAware - Automatic Time Tracking

Invoice clients accurately by automatically tracking and relating your screen time to billable project tasks using a simple desktop plugin. The resulting timesheets are then directly imported into your favorite invoicing or project management solution. Features include: a) Accurate Invoices - At the end of your workday, you get an email report showing which tasks you spent your time on. Optionally you make some adjustments and import the effort spent into your favorite invoicing or project management solution to effortlessly create accurate invoices. All with just the push of one button or even fully automatized; b) Automatic Time Tracking - You install the lightweight ScreenAware desktop app and while you are working, it continually captures your work context noting interruptions and task switches. Offline activities such as meetings from your calendar are considered as well. It then attributes all spent time to your billable projects/tasks. This time tracking happens in the background without requiring any input from your side – no more hitting start/stop timers; and c) Focus on your actual work - You work on projects or tasks using a variety of desktop applications, files and websites, communicate with coworkers and clients via multiple channels and on top are often interrupted forcing you to switch what you are working on. Keeping track of the time spent for each client or project only adds to this burden but is necessary to invoice the client correctly and to judge which projects are profitable and which are not. ScreenAware takes this mental overhead off your shoulders allowing you to focus on your actual work. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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