BT will launch a website tomorrow which aims to help busy executives manage their time more effectively.
The service, called Timesmart, is intended to help professionals find time-saving shortcuts to the information they need. It is aimed at home-workers or those on the move.
BT said the site will contain services such as an email translator, currency converter, Yellow Pages and BT phone directories.
The site will also contain feeds from news agency Reuters, advice on saving time, case histories about working from home, and a buying area giving home businesses access to business services at large company rates.
BT has linked up with World link Services, BT Insurance Services, business card specialist Card Corporation and office furniture supplier Space 2.
"We have tailored this site to the needs of the self-employed and home-based professional in the hope that we can help them manage the different demands on their time," said Tim Sefton, head of BT's small office home markets division.
Further services will be added to the Timesmart site over the coming weeks and months, he added.
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