Keith Davey wrote:
> The management in work are looking for a timesheet app in a hurry and
> their instincts are to buy in an Windows based solution.
>> I need to find something that will run on Linux ASAP. I prefer something
> Java based, but PHP or whatever will do, so long as it has decent
>> Before you say it, I've done a google, but what I've found is not good
> enough. Open exchange seems to do most of what we want but no reports,
> at least that I can see.
I've two different options here
web based (php IIRC) runs under a variety of platforms & installs its
own customised apache server chatting to a Postgres backend
has the usual nifty features
Free for less than ten users after that I've no idea what the licencing
comes in two flavours,
#1 windows app with a paradox file backend, which I take it you dont want
#2 "web version" This comes from a mysql DB somewhere, initially (bout 3
a windows server running IIS & mysql was required but I'm aware that dev
ongoing for a linux based product which I'm assuming is complete by now.
Tempus Pro is the yardstick against which I maeasure other timesheets.
>From a director's & managers POV It's everything you could wish for,
more (useful)reports than you could shake a large selection of big
nobbly sticks at.
The downside is that it aint cheap
AND for the record
I dont work for coretime but in a previous life I was a *very* happy
customer of theirs
hopefully this is of use
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