Picture this. You’ve had an amazing day. You blew through numerous letters, documents and filings. You responded to every email and handled every phone call. You finished every meeting early or on time. You outperformed everyone. Today was your day. You were the first one in. You stayed through lunch
Wouldn’t it be nice? Imagine if clients were falling all over themselves to pay early. Imagine clients rushing to turn their invoices in on time. That would be incredible wouldn’t it? Sounds like a pipe dream. I mean come on. If there was a strategy that actually worked, you would
Timekeeping is hard. It’s an important part of managing a successful firm. But it’s a practice that requires a significant amount of discipline and focus. That’s part of what makes it so difficult. You’re focused elsewhere. You’re focused on the briefs and documents you’ll need to write. The paperwork you
The Bill4Time product team releases new and enhanced features, system improvements, and bug fixes several times per week. Organized by month, the Release Notes blog series will highlight all the changes we’ve implemented, so you can easily stay up-to-date on what’s new. If you have a question, feedback, or an idea – please leave
It feels like everybody uses Excel for time tracking. Okay, maybe not everyone, but definitely the majority. Most legal professionals use Excel to track their time. It’s an industry standard. There are Excel templates everywhere. Why use anything else? This rationale makes sense. Most legal professionals are already using it.
Your client has an inconvenient request. They want you to send invoices to multiple contacts. It’s inconvenient, messy and confusing. Does this mean you’ll need to accept payment from each of these contacts? What about payments? Are you expected to chase each contact for payment as each contact tells you