Virtual TimeClock Enters The Lion’s Den
New time clock software release adds Apple OS X 10.7 Lion compatibility and enhanced program features.
Fresno, CA - July 14, 2011 – Redcort Software, Inc. has released an upgrade to their Virtual TimeClock software for Macintosh and Windows PC computers. Virtual TimeClock ’11 Release 2 provides compatibility with Apple’s new OS X 10.7 Lion operating system along with 15 program enhancements that improve the overall experience for all Virtual TimeClock users.
“We first released Virtual TimeClock in 1986 on the Mac.” said Keith DeLong, CEO of Redcort Software, Inc. “We’ve kept Virtual TimeClock running seamlessly on every new release of the Mac OS for the last 25 years. We’re pleased that our latest time clock software update is compatible and ready for Apple’s OS X 10.7 Lion release.”
Virtual TimeClock ’11 Release 2 has a number of program enhancements for all Mac and Windows PC users. New reporting features add additional flexibility when viewing and printing timecard reports. The new release also adds several new options to the employee shift and scheduling features that were introduced in last January’s Virtual TimeClock ’11 release. A complete list of Virtual TimeClock ‘11 Release 2 changes and new features is available at the Redcort Software web site.
A fully functional free trial of Virtual TimeClock software is available directly from the Redcort Software web site in Basic, Pro and Network Editions at www.redcort.com.
Pricing and Availability
Pricing for Virtual TimeClock '11 Release 2 starts at $99 (USD). Discounted upgrade pricing is available for users of prior releases of Virtual TimeClock software. Full pricing details are available online at the Redcort Software store.
About Redcort Software, Inc.
Redcort Software pursues a collaborative relationship with customers through direct sales, regular feedback and enthusiastic U.S based technical support specialists. Tens of thousands of workers at businesses in over 50 countries rely on Virtual TimeClock software every business day.