June 2, 2000
OpenAir Empowers the Road Warrior to Work OffLine
OpenAir, A Fast-Growing Internet Business Service, Offers Users a Simple,
Downloadable Program That Allows Them to Work While Offline
Boston (June 2, 2000) – OpenAir, the leader in Web-native professional services
automation, today announced the availability of OpenAir OffLine™, a downloadable program
that enables OpenAir users to log time and expenses in Time Sheets and Expense
Reports and create Time Bills while disconnected from the Web and the www.openair.com
Web site. Users can then upload the data entered offline into their OpenAir account
with one easy click the next time they connect to the Web. Frequent travelers and
business executives on the run will benefit the most from this valuable feature, as they
can work on their administrative tasks when it is most convenient for them, without
having to be connected to the Internet.
“We're thrilled to be able to offer our users the OpenAir OffLine software, another step
in helping them streamline their business processes and saving them time and money,” said
Bill O'Farrell, founder and CEO of OpenAir. “Beta users told us this was exactly the
product they wanted from us to make even more efficient use of our world-class service.
OpenAir OffLine costs $4.95 per user per month, in addition to any monthly user fees.
OpenAir, founded in 1999 as Timebills.com, is a trusted Web-native platform of
seamlessly integrated services that efficiently and economically streamlines business
processes. These services allow professionals to analyze employee time, report and
approve travel expenses online, track and bill time, create and deliver invoices, and
outsource payroll and expense reimbursement.
More than 26,000 professionals currently utilize OpenAir to remove the frustration
associated with common business tasks and drive revenue more efficiently.
Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, OpenAir supports all major Internet
browsers and is easily accessed from any Internet-equipped computer. All data is backed
up on state-of-the-art servers, encrypted, password protected and only accessible to the