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1DayLater

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Developer(s)  1DayLater Ltd
Website  1DayLater.com
Operating system  Web-based
1DayLater
Type  Time tracking, Invoicing, Productivity, Billing

1DayLater was free, web-based software that was focused on professional invoicing and collaborative working. It was aimed at companies of any size; from solo workers to large business enterprises. The company was closed and customer data returned in October 2013.

Contents

The main function of 1DayLater was to help users create Invoices for clients. It could also be used to build Quotes and Estimates, to track time and other expenses, work to budgets, and to track projects. Multiple users could simultaneously work on the same projects together.

The software was developed by two brothers, Paul and David King; after they experienced similar frustrations while working freelance, the brothers wanted to create a product that would let them track time, expenses and business miles in a single online location.

PCmag voted 1DayLater as one of the 'Best Free Software of 2010'

History

1DayLater Ltd was formed in 2009 and had one commercial product of the same name. It remained privately held and located in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.

Press

1DayLater had the following press coverage:

- BBC Webscape (July 2010) - Kate Russell gives her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web

- Pcmag (March 2010) - The best free software of 2010

- Lifehacker (February 2010) - "A worthy addition to our 'Top Ten Tips and Tools for Freelancers'"

- Gigaom (February 2010) - Taking a closer look with 1DayLater

- The Journal Newspaper (May 2009) - "Top Ten Brands of the North East" (UK)

- Techcrunch (January 2009) - "A 'feisty time tracking solution from the North East of England'"

References

1DayLater Wikipedia


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