TimeSolv is honored to have won a position in the TL NewsWire Top 25 Products of 2019 Awards. TL NewsWire lists the top 25 legal technology products of 2019 which are crowdsourced by its very own subscribers.
TimeSolv caters to the complexed and sophisticated billing needs of all types of law firms. The app focuses on time tracking, billing, and project management features. Different billing rates with the use of UTBMS task codes can be created for various categories including lawyers, tasks, matters, etc. We can even do split billing customized right down to the hours and rates being split.
Users will also find expense tracking, trust accounting, and document management features. Anything you need to do related to legal billing and management tasks, you can rely on TimeSolv to provide you with the goods! And if there are any problems along the way, users can submit a request and before you know it, the app will be updated to suit your needs. Hands down, TimeSolv is the best legal billing program out there! What’s more, support staff are available free of cost.
You can generate draft invoices easily by transforming time and expenses tracked into the bills. These drafts can be views and edited, and you can even apply trust funds during the reviewing process. The client portal allows clients to pay via credit card or ACH with LawPay integration. You can even outsource your legal billing process to TimeSolv.
The app includes robust task management and budgeting tools to help workflow. The app is accessible from any type of device, at any time, and from anywhere. It is the ultimate and most comprehensive cloud-based legal billing service. It’s no wonder TimeSolv’s won the award.
Scott Clasen, the Director of Marketing at TimeSolv states, ‘We are absolutely thrilled with the award, especially as it comes from crowdsourced votes with a genuine interest in TimeSolv. We look forward to the year of 2019 with exciting new releases lined up so we can continue to grow with our user base and constantly evolve with every firm’s individual needs.’