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Have a new application to track employee time in Access.  Access front end, SQL Server back end.  Employees can enter time against projects which is billable, or time against other activities which may or not be billable.

I need an name for the app... my creative energies are lacking this morning and I can't get beyond the typical 'Time Track' or 'Time Clock' type names.  Hoping for something better.

All ideas and suggestions appreciated!
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Timesheet Studio

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VTA - Virtual Time & Attendance
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Project Labor Tracking  Database
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U.S. Department of Agriculture and Acronis Access

With the new era of mobile computing, smartphones and tablets, wireless communications and cloud services, the USDA sought to take advantage of a mobilized workforce and the blurring lines between personal and corporate computing resources.

 
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WannaGetPaid

Do you want to get paid?
Bettter put your times into WannaGetPaid then!

Mine became 'The Program'
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Armen Stein - Microsoft Access MVP since 2006 earned 500 total points
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Visual Timesheet
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Visual Timesheet
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I liked this.  I am going to use vTime - Visual TimeSheet.

Thanks for all of the great replies!
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Awwwwww!
'Do you Yahoo?'
'No I WannaGetPaid!'

'How often do you WannaGetPaid?'
'Religiously, everyday.  Once I didn't WannaGetPaid, so I didn't get paid.'

'I WannaGetPaid everyday, and get paid every two weeks'

'Everybody around here WannaGetPaid!'

'What makes this outfit go around is the fact that everyone WannaGetPaid'
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