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Chrometa helps you maximize billable hours

You can now easily create invoices in Xero based off billable time tracked against Chrometa. Chrometa is a tool that allows you to capture hours by automatically tracking the time you spend on your computer and smartphone.

Chrometa passively captures time spent performing computer-based and mobile work. Using keyword-based rules, it automatically assigns time to the appropriate project and rounds up to six or 15 minute increment. The end result is more accurate and complete timesheets with the minimum amount of effort on your part.

Who is it for?

Chrometa is for professionals who need a way to capture time spent on multiple projects and accurately invoice their customers.

How Chrometa works with Xero

Simply connect Chrometa to your Xero account and set the default chart of account for your invoices. Chrometa imports your customer contacts and allows you to create rules and easily assign billable hours  to clients/projects. When you’re ready, export your billable hours to Xero with one click.

Where you can use Chrometa

Chrometa is available in all countries and offers pricing for individuals and teams.

Check out Chrometa with a free trial

You can download a 14 day free trial of  Chrometa with Xero.

 

 

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3 comments

Joe Tiddy
5 March 2014 #

Have just started the trial, looks fantastic. This is really more of a Xero feature request, but it helpful for Xero users who are also using Chrometa if the clients name showed in the browser label thingy. e.g. instead of “Xero | Dashboard” it might say “Xero | Client X | Dashboard”.

Super helpful if you’re having to switch between clients regularly as it creates a nice, easy to follow record in Chrometa. Otherwise it can be a bit difficult to allocate your list of Chrometa entries that say “Xero | [Module]“.

Ronan Quirke
28 April 2014 #

@Joe – great suggestion, and one that our sniper team have managed to sneak into today’s release – not mentioned in our release notes, but feel free to give them a thank you here: http://www.xero.com/blog/2014/04/working-little-things/

Joe Tiddy
29 April 2014 #

Stoked!

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