Web TimeOff 1.5 Vacation Tracking Web Based Software. Eliminate Manual Time Off Processes and Spreadsheets! You can easily automate your employee time off processes with real-time calendar views of time off. Simple time off requests and approvals!
Web TimeSheet 7.1 Web TimeSheet is an easy-to-use, web-based time tracking tool. Simple, intuitive timesheets ensure fast, accurate time and expense entry by employees, in a fraction of the time required by paper-based timesheets.
Description: Resource Management and Scheduling Software. Eliminate your Spreadsheets Today!
Simple, high-level resource and project scheduling with project and resource forecasting and flexible calendar views. With Web Resource, you can add unlimited resources, allocate these resources to projects and tasks, then view the results either on screen or in printed reports. The bi-directional integration with Replicon's other product, Web TimeSheet saves time by allowing you to import/export your existing projects, tasks, and resources.
Web Resource is 100% web-based; and you can have access from any internet browser. With the intuitive design it requires little to no training and you can easily implement in a few hours or less. Very limited administrative tasks required and "Tool Tips" give additional help throughout the application.
Replicon Inc. develops workforce solutions for large and small organizations worldwide and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. With over 3500 companies in 55 countries, Replicon is meeting the needs of Global 22000 companies including HP, Compaq, Siemens, and Sony Music.
Yapp the project calculator 2.0 Yapp the project calculator, Keep track of what to do and who's doing it. Rule based planning allows you to get some real help and not only a controlled drawing environment
AxProject 3.25 Made for managing your projects, AxProject is an essential tool to precisely estimate plan costs and end terms, elegantly level resources, set task dependencies and constraints
Survey: Seniors Miss Out on Web Resources Seniors with lower income and less education are missing out on the rich online resources available for choosing doctors, prescription drug plans and treatment options, a health care research organization warned in releasing a new survey.