KronoLog is a powerful information manager for the information age. It leverages advances in computer technology to allow users to centralize the entry and retrieval of information in many different formats, including text, graphic and OLE objects
Version: 1.050825August, 2005
License: Free To Try $79.95
Operating System: Windows
KronoLog: The Information Manager for the Information Age
River Edge, NJ (August 31, 2005) - Whistling Cow announces the upgrade of KronoLog to Version 1.050825, a powerful information manager for the information age. Designed for the Windows 98, 98SE and XP platforms, this program leverages advances in computer capabilities to allow users to centralize the entry and retrieval of information in a broad variety of formats, including text, graphic, clipboard objects and objects created by other programs installed on the userâ€™s computer.
To illustrate the simplicity and power of KronoLog, a tutorial online at www.kronolog.com shows how you can create an invoice for professional services rendered from scratch in less than one minute.
Kipp Elliott Watson, the CEO of Whistling Cow, explained: â€œKronoLog is designed from the ground up as a minimum-keystroke information management tool for the professional who must depend on complete and instantaneous access to any information he or she has recorded. This type of information is generally clustered with the attributes of beginning time, ending time, notes, employee, customer, project, activities and an invoice summary line. We call these discrete bits of information KronoLogs. The core of a KronoLog is its notes section, which can be plain text, an image, or an object created by any OLE-compliant program residing on the userâ€™s computer. Try to enter more than a paragraph in any conventional time management program and you can see that KronoLog presents an entirely new dynamic approach to information management.â€