Author: Jack Schaller

In an announcement to all Timeslips Resellers and Certified Consultants, Sage Software has announced that they will discontinue sale of Timeslips Perpetual Edition licenses, as of September 30, 2020. Here is the full text of the announcement: Effective August 1, 2019 …

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Sage will announce the release of Timeslips 2020 by the end of April. While we do not yet know the ultimate fate of the Timeslips “Perpetual Edition” product, I thought that this is a good time to revisit the differences …

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Last June I wrote about our initial impressions of iTimeKeep by Bellefield Systems. We first saw this last March at ABATECH in Chicago.  Having learned more about it, our enthusiasm for this cloud-based time tracking system has only grown. By …

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Following our recent article on the upcoming new release of Timeslips, our clients have had many questions on what the future is likely to hold. Here is a summary of those questions: Q         Why is Sage changing the Timeslips database? …

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After well over 20 years using the venerable, but outdated, Borland Database Engine (BDE) as the database behind Timeslips, Sage Software is finally retiring that old workhorse. Starting with the 2017 Edition of Timeslips, the underlying database handler for all …

Adios Timeslips BDE, Hello Timeslips Firebird SQL Read More »

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