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Comment: Replicon Web Timesheet (Score 2, Informative) 45

by diegoq (#18467089) Attached to: Software for Managing Timesheets?
We use Replicon Web Timesheet. It's a web-based solution, the website is usable by Firefox, IE, and Opera. The server runs on the Windows platorm, and uses a Microsoft or Oracle database. Of course, if you're not a Windows shop, this probably isn't the answer for you.

It works great for us. We've been using it for 7 years now, with 40-ish users. No problems, it's a great product. Entering time is easy, the reports are powerful, and it can integrate with other software. We integrated it very easily with our in-house account-management system.

If you don't want to run the software yourself, I see they have a hosted offering.

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+ - 19 Coutries File OpenXML Contradictions

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Excelcia
Excelcia writes "The deadline for filing contradictions on the Microsoft OpenXML ISO bid, and the results are in. A total of 19 countries have filed, comprising most of the free world, although the United States seems to be absent from the list. From Andy Upgrove's Blog on the subject:

This may not only be the largest number of countries that have ever submitted contradictions in the ISO/IEC process, but nineteen responses is greater than the total number of national bodies that often bother to vote on a proposed standard at all ... All in all, not a very auspicious start for OOXML. And not one that augers well for a very fast Fast Track experience. It will be interesting to see how Microsoft deals with this slap in the face.
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