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Analyzer Plus is an affordable Windows program that helps you streamline your time-reporting. With Analyzer Plus, it's simple to keep track of the time that each employee spends on each project, customer or task.
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Description: Analyzer Plus is an affordable Windows program that helps you streamline your time-reporting. With Analyzer Plus, it's simple to keep track of the time that each employee spends on each project, customer or task.Time sheet recording, analysis, and reporting just got a lot easier!
Analyzer Plus' built-in reports give you the critical information you need to better manage workers' time. In addition, you can import the Analyzer Plus information into your favorite spreadsheet. And the Analyzer Plus database is open, so your IT staff can easily build additional query and report functions that will give you the exact information you need, when you need it.
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