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Time & Billing

Timesolv Adds Wireless Tools

Elite.com Inc. has announced the availability of wireless interfaces to its Web-based time and expense tracking and billing service, Timesolv. Subscribers to Elite' "Premiere" service can use a Palm VII series handheld computer with Palm.Net service, or a Palm V handheld with a wireless modem such as OmniSky, to enter billable time and expenses into Timesolv in real-time, it says. Timesolv users install the Timesolv Web clipping application onto their Palm device to receive access to the service using their exiting Timesolv login credentials.

Elite.com also announced that it has been chosen by vFirm, an application service provider, as the provider of time-and-billing services within vFirm's suite of Web-based applications. By adding Elite.com's Timesolv application to its existing selection of services, vFirm users will be able to track time and expenses and generate invoices at anytime and anywhere via the Internet. VFirm customers will only need to sign-on once to access all the applications in their custom business platform.

In a third announcement, Elite notes that it has signed a marketing agreement with FindLaw Inc., to promote Elite.com and its time-and-billing service, Timesolv on the Findlaw Web site.

And in a fourth announcement, Elite Information Systems Inc. announced that Elite will provide time-and-billing modules for the Lexis-Nexis Internet Portal. This will allow attorneys to have direct access to live Elite time-and-billing data, the company notes.

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Timeslips Conversion

Users of Timeslips versions 6-10 can take advantage of a special promotion being offered by Software Technology Inc., to convert data to TABS III.

The conversion programs allows Timeslips users to convert demographic information, aged accounts receivable balances, and unbilled transactions to the TABS III program, reports STI.

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