Just Announced – LawPay Integration!!

Written by Kristin O'Neill in Blog, Legal, What's New
March 1, 2016:

Did you know that businesses that offer online payment processing typically get paid faster? Sometimes within hours of receipt of the invoice! Bill4Time is excited to announce a new integration with LawPay, a leading online payment processing vendor. It’s easy to setup and takes just minutes to connect. Plus, Bill4Time makes it easy to account for every transaction as funds received through LawPay are automatically applied to your client’s ledger.

To enable your LawPay account integration in Bill4Time please follow these instructions.

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  1. Log into your Bill4Time account
  2. Hover over your name in the upper right and select Settings
  3. Click on the tab labeled Client Portal, then click on the ‘Manage Portal’ button.
  4. Sign in to your portal with your Bill4Time username and password.
  5. On the right-side, under the ‘Payment Setup’ heading, select LawPay from the dropdown list.
  6. Enter your LawPay account credentials, then click the ‘Connect’ button.

 

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Written by Kristin O’Neill

Kristin O'Neill

Kristin is the Director of Customer Success of Bill4Time products. She manages a team of product specialists that help clients achieve success through streamlined processes for time tracking, invoicing and payments.

One response to “Just Announced – LawPay Integration!!”

  1. Tyler says:

    I’m excited about the integration with LawPay and just linked up with our existing LawPay account. However, the payment portal is doing strange things and I’m yet to successfully run a test payment through the system. The page is not loading correctly; the first time I tried it no payment options loaded. Now, it is allowing me to enter card info, but telling me it needs a zip code, yet it does not provide a field to fill zip code in… Are these just bugs B4T is working out, or is it something on my end? I’ve tried different browsers.

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