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Time & Billing

BillQuick 2000 Adds Reporting

BQE Software Inc. has launched BillQuick 2000, an upgrade to its service industry billing system. It can handle fixed-fee; time-and-expense; hourly billing; hourly billing with not-to-exceed; and contractual billing based upon percentage completion or progress payments of a fixed fee. Project management tools, a timecard, project phasing, billing against retainers, expense tracking, and analysis reporting are also added features.

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Carpe Diem 3.5

Carpe Diem 3.5, from Sage U.S. Holdings Inc., allows users to track their activity on established lists of tasks or projects.

It can be used in conjunction with any billing, cost accounting, or other host systems for further data applications. The CDWeb module has been updated, allowing enter time from remote locations.

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RTG Bills

RTG Bills, a time-and-billing program for Windows, has been upgraded and now allows users to change the date format. The company also released a new edition of TRG Reports, which helps firms analyze monthly trends. Data can be saved in a spreadsheet-compatible format, to allow analysis in Excel or Quattro Pro, says RTG.

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Legal Review International, L.L.C. has released CLASS 2.5 software that enables companies to manage all professional service suppliers billing on a time-based basis. It helps companies monitor legal, accounting, management consulting and information technology firm fees and expenses, and to analyze invoices against billing guidelines.

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Tom Thumb

Tom Thumb Software's Time To Time 1.0 records time for legal, accounting and other professionals who invoice clients in time increments. It downloads to handheld or portable devices using Windows CE 2.0 (or higher), and can then be synchronized with desktops.

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Timesolv Alliance and NetDocuments have formed an alliance to allow users of Timesolv, Elite's Web-based time-and-billing application, to perform document management on the Internet. Under the accord, Elite clients have access to NetDoc-uments' free document sharing, collaboration and Internet storage.

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PSMemoPak2000 is a Windows-based application designed to track upcoming appointments and yearly events. The program runs from the Windows Start Folder. A floating clock appears on the desktop which allows access to all data stored in the application.

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CompuLaw Vision SQL is now shipping, reports CompuLaw L.L.C. It incorporates a relational, open SQL database design, using Microsoft's SQL 7 database. Designed for medium to large firms, it is a calendar docket system that includes rules databases for all 50 states, says the Los Angeles company.

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