Timeslips Product Features
Sage Timeslips makes it easy to capture more billable hours, increase profitability and productivity, and deliver more accurate and timely billing to your clients. It integrates with popular accounting software, such as Sage 50 Accounting US and QuickBooks®, as well as Microsoft® Outlook and practice management solutions such as Time Matters and Amicus Attorney.
Make accurate and efficient time and expense tracking easy in Sage Timeslips. Use the Automatic Time Capture feature to automate the recording of time from multiple applications, including Microsoft® Office documents, Adobe® PDFs, web pages, third party applications and more.
Sage Timeslips eCenter is an add-on product that provides web-based time and expense entry and tracking when you are away from your desk. eCenter is accessible on any device with a browser and Internet connection, including laptops, Apple® Macs, Apple® iPads, Android® Tablets or smartphones.
Sage Timeslips’ simple drag-and-drop customization makes it quick and easy to generate professional-looking bills. Industry standard electronic billing formats are supported, including LEDES 98B and Litigation Advisor. Billing administrators may choose if a slip requires approval before being invoiced to the customer and multiple billing arrangements for the client, such as hourly, flat, contingency, percent complete, and more, are available.
Sage Timeslips contains over 100 predefined reports designed to meet the needs of service professionals. Create custom reports and graphs or generate a detailed or summary report of every task performed in your organization. The intuitive report wizard walks you through the report set up, making this task quick and simple.
Sage Timeslips Accounts Receivable invoice software allows for easy entry of bill payments and other transactions such as write-offs, credits, refunds, and funds transfers. Choose from many of the available A/R reports included with the invoicing software and link with popular accounting packages, including Sage 50. Define your own aging periods, allocate payments to timekeepers, set up discount rules for early payments, and more.