December 08, 2011 13:56 ET

TSheets Eases Time Tracking Transition for QuickBooks Customers

MERIDIAN, ID--(Marketwire - Dec 8, 2011) - On December 1st, QuickBooks discontinued two applications -- Time Tracker and Time and Billing -- that helped small businesses monitor hours for billing. The cancellation has raised issues and discontent as former QuickBooks time tracking customers try out alternative software replacement solutions. TSheets, a time tracking company with over 26,000 companies worldwide, is making the transition from QuickBooks easy. With seamless data importing and exporting, a dedicated support representative, and discount code, customers are raving about the Red Carpet treatment they are receiving.

"The time has arrived. The QuickBooks timer is gone, and for some, panic has probably set in," says Matt Rissell, TSheets CEO. "You may have switched or rolled over to their suggested solution, but like so many others, you may be disappointed. We are sorry you are going through this, but we want to make the transition as easy as possible."

Former QuickBooks customers can import their data directly into to preserve history. Then the Timesheets created in TSheets will easily integrate back into QuickBooks for ease of billing and financial recording.

Less expensive than QuickBooks was, TSheets is also now extending a coupon code for these customers in transition. Plus, a dedicated support representative will be there to help them walk through the changeover.

TSheets ( is a fast-paced time tracking technology firm based in Meridian, Idaho with over 26,000 worldwide companies. The company designs time keeping solutions that empower business leaders with more accurate, mobile and flexible ways to track, manage and report employee time.

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