Our new desktop app is a great addition for this fast-growing community. We’re excited to be among the first business productivity services to take full advantage of the latest Chrome technologies.
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Buenos Aires (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
Last year, Google brought its Chrome Apps to the desktop, letting users install web-based apps to their Macs and PCs that feel and behave just like native software. There’s a Chrome App Launcher, too, which resides in your dock/task bar and provides centralized access to all your Chrome apps in the same place. "It’s great to see the Chrome Web Store continue to evolve and offer more business applications," said Eric Tulle, Co-founder and CEO of TrackingTime. “Our new desktop app is a great addition for this fast-growing community. We’re excited to be among the first business productivity services to take full advantage of the latest Chrome technologies.”
The TrackingTime app is one of the very few desktop apps for task management, time tracking and online timesheets available in the Chrome Web Store. This is not just a browser extension but a full-featured desktop application that even works offline. The app is currently featured in the store's offline apps collection.
The core of TrackingTime is a simple yet powerful task manager that allows users to stay organised while effortlessly keeping track of their work time. Teams across the globe use TrackingTime to organise, plan and execute their projects, track working times and measure their productivity. Managers can see what specific employees are working on in real-time, regardless of whether they’re in the same room or even the same continent. TrackingTime’s platform also offers a number of productivity and collaboration tools, which managers can use to delegate tasks and foster autonomy within their teams.
TrackingTime is an online time tracking app that focuses on collaboration and helps companies manage their projects, track working times and measure productivity. The company was founded in 2012 by Eric Tulle, Diego Wyllie and Leonardo Custer and received seed capital from Enzyme VC, one of the top VC firms in Latin America. It is incorporated in the US and has offices in Buenos Aires and Munich. TrackingTime’s mission is to empower companies to effectively manage their most valuable asset: time.