Thanks to Our Sponsor: Studiometry

Want to manage your whole business directly from your Mac? Then Studiometry, our sponsor this week, might be just what you need. It’s been trusted by Mac users for nearly a decade, and its 10th version is better than ever.

Studiometry includes everything you need to manage your projects from start to finish. It’ll let you manage your project with professional Gantt charts, to-do lists, and time tracking. You can use it to keep track of your business contacts, and can create estimates and invoices quickly using your own templates. When it comes time to do your accounting, you can manage all of your payments, balances, client statements, and more inside Studiometry. It’s everything you’ll need to manage your business so you can focus on your work.

The latest version, Studiometry 10, lets you add roles for your employees, as well as weekly timesheets to make it easier to visualize the work you’ve entered. You can add custom data for specific clients, and take advantage of Mountain Lion notifications, in addition to over a hundred other new features and updates.

Best of all, you can use Studiometry wherever you work. It’s available for Windows in addition to OS X. There’s also a dedicated Touch version for your iPhone and iPad, and all of your Studiometry installs will stay synced thanks to Studiometry server.

Go Get It!

Ready to get started with Studiometry 10? You can download a free 30 day trial from their site, then purchase a copy of Studiometry for $199.95. If more than one user on your team will be using Studiometry, you can take advantage of their discounted multi-user packs, or purchase a site license. Or, if you have an older version of Studiometry, you can upgrade to Studiometry 10 for just $59.95.

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  • http://caseybritt.com Casey

    Whoa! Is that drop shadow for real?!

    • Stephen Orsini

      lol – yeah … doesn’t it look real to you? :)

  • Tim

    Did they finally rebuild this thing using Cocoa or is it still made with RealBasic?

  • Justin

    Expensive much? Seems a bit costly for what it is. I guess they want to price themselves out of the freelancer market. Nokumo is $40, Pagico is $50, The Hit List is $50, Things is $50, Heck..Omnifocus is only $80, but this is over DOUBLE that at $200…

    • ibrahimzen

      I do agree that the price is hefty, but i totally don’t understand how you are comparing it with The Hit List, Things and OmniFocus…

      From just the screenshot above, it tells me that this is not just a to-do app.

      • Justin

        Because its basically those applications with some extra basic CRM and account tracking features tacked on. It doesn’t seem to justify such a difference in cost IMO.

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