Worksnaps Reaches over 80 Countries

We are excited to announce that Worksnaps service is now being used by users from more than 80 countries around the world. There is strong evidence that more companies are turning to remote workers to augment their workforce, and online work has spread to many places around the world. While we see that we have strong user base in the traditional IT outsourcing hotbeds such as India, the Philippines and many parts of Eastern Europe, we are delighted to find users from countries such as Madagascar, Kenya, Andorra and Fiji.


Meanwhile, we are also happy to realize that the time tracked on Worksnaps system has now exceeded 2 million hours. Back in January of this year, we reached the milestone of 1 million hours. It has taken us about 8 months to achieve the second million hours. We want to thank all the users, especially those who give us feedback, suggestions and constructive criticisms. We understand that the 2 million is just a number. The most valuable asset we have is our user community. We will continue to humbly listen to our users and enhance the product to better serve their needs.

We have many exciting things in the works. In Q4, we will be releasing a brand new user interface for our web application. Many components, including dashboard, screenshot viewer, reporting and user/project/task management, will be redesigned and revamped. We are also planning new features to facilitate business workflow of time review and approval, easily share reports and invoices, support more flexible end-user configuration and etc. We will talk more about these in the future blog articles.

Thank you all for your support and we look forward to hearing from you!

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