Unlocking the power of mobile time recording

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23 April 2013


Tikit today announced the launch of Carpe Diem Mobile v2.0 is available to download from the iTunes App Store.  The latest version provides users with greater efficiencies and control than before including a new “Express Mode” interface for faster time entries, enhanced security, increased search functionality and new features to allow system administrators to set default options.

Version 2.0 is compatible with all versions of Carpe Diem, Partner for Windows , Navision and standard PMS systems, it has the added benefit of a new streamlined interface for SIRI users, as well as encryption of all data on the local device, plus much more.

Mark Garnish, Development Director, Tikit explains “We’re delighted launch the latest version of Carpe Diem Mobile. Incorporating user feedback, Carpe Diem v2.0 has been developed and written to maximise the potential of mobile time recording for both iPad and iPhone users to deliver the best mobile time recording experience available”.

Tikit will be showcasing Carpe Diem Mobile V2.0 at the LawTech Futures event on the 30 April at stand number 27 in the Benjamin Britten Lounge.

Carpe Diem Mobile v2.0 will also be made available for Blackberry users at the end of April and also for Android phones in June.



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