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Studiometry Express brings project tool to Mac App Store
Friday, March 2, 2012 @ 9:35am

Oranged has launched Studiometry Express, a new edition of its flagship project management suite. Express is less expensive, and available exclusively on the Mac App Store. Many Studiometry 9 features are still supported, including to-dos, events, and calendars, various billing functions, contracts and reports, and the ability to customize taxes, currencies, and categories.



Express lacks the ability to import emails as logs, however, and is missing summary features such as presets, custom summaries, or comparing estimated work versus actual output. Planning lacks options like Gantt charts, staging, milestones, and templates. More importantly, the software doesn't support multiple employees, or server and sync functions. It should, eventually, support sync with the Studiometry Touch iOS app. Express currently costs $75, but will soon go up to $100. By contrast, Studiometry 9 is a minimum of $200.

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