Kimai is web based software that tracks work time, and classifies it.
It tracks time and prints out a summary of your activities on demand. Yearly, monthly, daily, by customer, by project, by action.
Its simplicity is its strength. Due to Kimai’s web browser based interface it runs cross-platform. It also runs cross-network. Likewise you can install it as a web service or as a single-user program on your local workstation.
- Multiple user management: Customer, Worker, Admins.
- Customer login with read only privileges.
- Customer, Projects, Tasks.
- Customizable Invoices (through ODT files).
- Extensions which add additional functionality.
- Every user has its own timesheet.
- Extensive and role-based permission management.
- Manage customers, projects and activities.
- Track project budgets.
- Record expenses.
- Print invoices in multiple formats (ODT, ODS, HTML).
- Export data in multiple formats (PDF, XLSX, CSV, direct print).
- SOAP and JSON API.
- LDAP login provider.
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