Hi all,\n\nMy name's Matt Shepherd, and I work for a translation and\nEnglish-language services company in Sherbrooke, Quebec. We've been\ngrowing recently and now have five employees.\n\nAt the moment, we have over a hundred clients. A typical day can see\nup to twenty small jobs passing through the office. Until now, we've\nbeen using a logsheet system I created in Microsoft Access to manage\nour workload.\n\nThe thing is, our accounting person has to copy all of our logging\ninformation (time worked on documents, word counts, per-word rate\n(which varies), job details, etc.) onto every bill she makes in SA.\nIt's an incredible time-sink.\n\nI'm wondering if anyone could recommend some sort of task-management\nsoftware that meshes with SA seamlessly. The ideal would be software\nthat tracks the following elements:\n\nJob name\nDate due\nClient name\nContact name\nWho did the work\nWord/hour count\nRate per word/hour\nDelivery Date\nDetails\n\nand can automatically convert that information into a bill, preferably\nwith just the push of a button.\n\nSUPER ideally this would be information that all computers in the\noffice could access, but having the added efficiency of an accounting\nprogram/scheduler is worth losing that feature.\n\nI've tried researching various scheduler programs, but they mostly\nseem geared towards large jobs/many departments, not small jobs/lots\nper day. And our accounting person doesn't want to switch from SA (the\nmove from MYOB was hard enough), so SA integration is essential.\n\nSuggestions welcome!\n\nThanks!