Timeslips — Overview
Timeslips® serves the billing needs of more law offices than any other billing program (by more than 2 times). The current version is Timeslips® 2009 (aka v17).
Steve Henes has been selling, installing, customizing, training and providing post-installation support on TIMESLIPS® since well before the TIMESLIPS® Certified Consultant program began. He has been certified since the program's inception, and is certified on versions 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 9.1, 10, 10.1, 10.5, 11, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. He has worked with hundreds of firms in Arizona to customize Timeslips to work how each law office needs it to work, to track what each law office needs tracked, and to create the reports each law office needs or wants. He is expert on all versions of the program, and travels to the annual advanced training classes for the newest TIMESLIPS® releases.
If you have any need to setup, upgrade, be trained on, to solve a problem, have a custom report designed, or want to purchase a new or upgrade version of Timeslips - there is no better place to turn than Steve Henes Computer Support.
TIMESLIPS® has been the premier billing package for professionals
who bill by their time since its introduction in 1985. It has been recognized
as the best billing package by countless legal and accounting journals
and reviews, and has significantly increased market share with each major
upgrade. In virtually every study comparing billing programs for attorneys
or accountants, Timeslips has been the reviewers' favorite and the users'
favorite. In one university study published in the Journal of Accountancy
the authors rated user satisfaction after switching from one billing program
to another. Timeslips showed the greatest user satisfaction, despite being
the least expensive. It was the most frequently switched to and the least
frequently switched from. Pretty much owning the legal, consultant, and
accounting markets it is moving into the realm of architects and
civil engineers. In this realm, billing is often based on percentage of completion
of projects, and the products serving this market are large, expensive, and
cumbersome - just as the legal and accounting billing programs were before
Timeslips arrived. The programs out there generally lack the flexibility
or power provided by Timeslips.