New York, NY (PRWEB) January 8, 2009
Iridesco, creators of Co-op and Harvest, announced integration with the popular Twitter microblogging service adding value for businesses and productivity features. Harvest, the simple solution for time tracking and expense management can be accessed via Twitter and SMS text messaging. This allows Harvest users to log expenses, track time for a project or add expenses where a computer or web connection is not available. Using a one character designation, entries can be created accurately in a few seconds. Freelancers, small business teams and co-workers can have accurate, up to the second information on the current status of tasks, projects and associated expenses regardless of physical location. All time and expense data can be quickly turned into invoices at any time through Harvest.
Using Harvest and Twitter together is the fastest way for groups to keep track of what everyone is doing and spending on the go or in the office. Harvest merges into your workflow and interacts with tools you use already. There is no learning curve, nothing to download and nothing to install.
Harvest makes time tracking as easy as possible, and integration with Twitter provides an added convenience. Configuring Harvest to work with Twitter can be done in under a minute, and creating entries take only a second. After setup, Twitter users can easily transmit time and expense entries to Harvest via the web, a mobile device, or SMS. Harvest increases the business value of Twitter and creates a convenient way to track billable hours and expenses from anywhere. Data captured in Harvest can be used to seamlessly create reports and invoices.
Many freelancers, and businesses of all size use Twitter to communicate, so adding time tracking and expense tracking to a familiar input method like Twitter ensures users will have no trouble keeping their business records up to date. Time tracking is only as accurate as the user's ability to document their activities. Making time tracking as convenient as possible goes a long way towards encouraging efficiency and accuracy in time management. If it isn't simple and convenient, people won't do it. Harvest users can log a time entry, log an expense or start and stop timers through any medium you can access Twitter: computer, SMS text messaging or mobile phone.
Harvest features are also available on the iPhone and desktop widgets for Mac and PC. Harvest is transparent and works the way you are used to working and exists to help you make the most of your time. Time is money, track it wisely.
For more information, demonstrations or interview requests please contact Michael Dolan at Iridesco.
michael (@) iridesco (dot) com
Iridesco is a New York City-based design and technology think tank founded in 2003 by Shawn Liu and Danny Wen. Iridesco are the brains behind Harvest time tracking software, Co-op the casual business collaboration tool and The World Clock Project. You can find out what Iridesco is currently up to by visiting http://www.iridesco.com or stop by and say 'Cheerio'.