Billings 2.5.1 Improves Time Tracking for Management of Multiple Clients
“One client one timer policy” plus 25 other improvements

TORONTO, ON – 14 August 2007 – Billings, the time tracking and invoicing
software from Marketcircle Inc. that promises gorgeous, professional
invoices in minutes, has accommodated user requests for restricted timers
in a new point release. Rather than running timers for several clients
simultaneously, Billings 2.5.1 gives you the option to pause a running
timer when a new one has started.

Billings 2.5.1 is a free upgrade for Billings 2.x customers and is
available immediately from Marketcircle for new users, with U.S. pricing
starting at $59 (international applies, see
(, and is also offered for a free 21-day
trial at (

In addition to the timer upgrade, Billings 2.5.1 users benefit from 25 new
timesaving enhancements and bug-fixes, including:

* Ability to bulk edit comments in working slips

* Automatic notification on potentially invalid time slips

* Better client list sorting

* Projects list status bar updates when a new time slip is added, when
switching between clients, or when project selection index changes

Billings 2.5.1 integrates easily into existing Mac productivity workflows,
co-operating fully with Mac OS X’s Address Book, publishing events to iCal,
and making information available via Spotlight. For optimal performance on
any Mac, Billings 2.5.1 is a universal application working on Intel and
PowerPC processors.

For more information about Billings 2.5.1, visit (

About Marketcircle Inc.

Marketcircle Inc., the Mac business software company, develops
award-winning business applications for Mac OS X, including Daylite
productivity management software, Daylite Mail Integration Module (DMI),
and Billings, a practical time billing and invoicing application.
Incorporated in 1999, Marketcircle Inc. is located in Toronto, Canada, with
partners worldwide.