Cronsync is right on track
Friday, November 4, 2011/
Cronsync is a web-based time-tracking and accounting solution, which simplifies billing and invoicing procedures while showing businesses how profitable their projects and clients are.
Developed by German company Kontrollfeld, Cronsync is designed for freelancers and companies looking for a transparent, inexpensive system.
The web solution supports essential features in combination, which cannot be found elsewhere, including:
- Different hourly rates for different job roles/clients and different hourly rates for internal and external use.
- Dashboard with transparent view on the real profitability of projects and clients.
- The generation of professional invoices from the time-tracking data.
- Easy integration of internal and external staff such as freelancers or affiliates.
“[We develop] contemporary, economic and cross-sector web solutions which digitally represent your bespoke business procedures for you,” the company says.
“Kontrollfeld plans, implements and manages dynamic web presences and innovative web applications.”
As more businesses look to web-based applications to improve business procedures, are there other ways in which you can simplify the processes they use?
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