Innovative time management with Fanurio

Import and Export

Some file formats for the transfer of data from other applications have become firmly established across platforms. Fanurio also uses these formats for import and export.

In the File | Import menu, you have the possibility to import timesheets and contacts. The option Import timesheet… supports CSV as well as Fanurio's own format. Fanurio supports CSV and XLS when exporting customers, tasks, and timesheets, and XML and IIF for timesheets.


Fanurio helps you track your work time more efficiently. The software is appealing due to its intuitive user interface, functions tailored to the business customer, and simple dialogs and wizards.

The program also handles some small business enterprise resource planning (ERP) functions, which is ideal if you need to add devices and components for projects and tasks for which you would like to bill the customer. However, the focus of the application is clearly on timing and billing for services. With the server version of Fanurio, you can also optimize time management in small workgroups on the intranet by centrally recording and evaluating the times of several employees. This improves the team's workflow and avoids redundancy.

In view of the practical functions and the benefits of the software for freelancers, small companies, or departments, the licensing costs for Fanurio appear to be justified.

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