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App4Mac Introduces xTime Planning

App4Mac Introduces xTime Planning

by , 12:00 AM EST, February 27th, 2007

App4Mac introduced xTime Planning on Monday. The software assists in the sharing of information and the management of daily work schedules, holidays and time off.

App4Mac's announcement said, "xTime Planning renders your schedule using different views (year, month, week, day). You can print your views, generate PDF and publish a schedule on a website with one click. We designed xTime Planning to help you spend your time on your ideas than trying to figure out how to use a software."

An accompanying program designed to help manage inventory, xTime Inventory, was also released. Both programs are Universal Binaries and available immediately. xTime Planning and xTime Inventory are each priced at US$99 for a single user license.

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