Time & Billing
Sage Debuts Timeslips 9.1
Dallas' Sage U.S. Holdings Inc. says its new Timeslips 9.1 features more than 60 changes to improve product performance. Responding to customer feedback, the upgrade restores many features that had been changed with the 9.0 version, explains Sage. New tools protect against, and repair, data corruption, it says. Finally, manuals and online help features have been rewritten. The new version is free for version 9 customers, says Sage. The software is designed for lawyers, accountants and other professionals who track time and expenses, and can be used to produce customized bills and reports, it notes.
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L.A.W.S. Corp., of Roscommon, Mich., says it can convert time and billing information from Sage's Timeslips for users who are in the process of switching to its L.A.W.S.internal accounting software program. Users can publish the "Client Billing Worksheet" report to an ASCII file, and then forward it to L.A.W.S. Corp. for conversion, it says.
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ProTel Inc., of Dayton, Ohio, says its new namesake time-and-billing software is customized for the legal profession.
It includes a "phone time tracking" that tracks and logs all inbound and outbound calls, along with other billable matters, says the company. Client billings are automatically itemized and transmitted, via the Internet, to ProTel for processing, and sent, with 32-bit encryption, for secure transfers. Invoices for each client include bar-coded return payment envelope and stub, it says.
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