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Journyx (pronounced jer-nix) is a time tracking and project management software company based in Austin, Texas.
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Journyx was founded in 1996. Shortly after inception, Journyx created the world's first commercially supported web-based timesheet, and has since rapidly grown to become the market leader in the internet-provisioned time collection space. In 1998, Journyx launched the world's first ASP solution in the time space, and also provisioned a free, hosted offering called freetimesheet.com. Journyx is the creator of the P5 Protocol, or the concept of Per-Person Per-Project Profitability, and is also SAS 70 certified.
The CEO and founder of Journyx is Curt Finch.
Journyx Timesheet, the company's flagship product, is a web-based employee time tracking software solution for automating payroll, billing, project accounting and project management. The tool integrates with QuickBooks, Microsoft Project, and a number of other systems in order to facilitate business processes.
The company's newest offering, Journyx ProjectXecute, is a resource management solution that enhances and extends Microsoft Project planning functionality by enabling users to track actuals and understand resource allocation. The solution integrates project plans, resource availability and financials to provide a complete view of project profitability in a single system.
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- "This Just In..." "Projects@Work." July 2009.
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- Company website
- Journyx Project Management Blog
- Journyx Offering in the IBM Smart Market
- Q&A with Journyx CEO Curt Finch
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