Mark, try Iambic TimeReporter -- also available on http://www.hpc.net. It
has a client that runs on the HPC and the main program runs on the PC. It
is very good. I have been running it for about 2 months. The reporting
feature is very nice, plus it will transfer data to several popular
accounting packages for billing.
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[mailto:bounce-windowsce-talk-78408@Lists.WindowsCE.com]On Behalf Of
Sent: Thursday, November 05, 1998 09:53
To: Windows CE Talk List
Subject: [windowsce-talk] RE: What Windows CE applications are needed?
I need something for time reporting on billable projects. Pocket Excel just
doesn't allow me to query like I want.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David C. Kumpf [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 04, 1998 9:39 PM
> To: Windows CE Talk List
> Subject: [windowsce-talk] What Windows CE applications are needed?
> I've been noodling for awhile on the question of whether I should begin
> working on development of applications for the Windows CE platform. Being
> able to do it isn't the issue. The issue is:
> "What sorts of applications do people want for Windows CE?"
> I have lots of interesting thoughts about this, but I really want to know
> what you, the users, want and need. You can reply to the list or email me
> directly. I'm curious to see what pops up. Thanks.
> Dave Kumpf
> Optimetra, Inc.
> (719) 481-2956
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