Who Bill4Time is For
Bill4Time is a good choice for a smaller firm that has granular time-tracking needs and wishes to be able to track productivity. With their recent updates to incorporate law practice management features, this software would also be a good fit for attorneys looking to have a more all-in-one software. However, it has limited integration capabilities and is only able to sync one way with QuickBooks, so attorneys who are wedded to the latter would likely find it a poor fit. Given that importing data into Bill4Time is also relatively difficult, it probably is a bad choice for attorneys that have used a different program for a long time.
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Things You Might Want To Know
Extensive Reporting Capabilities. Bill4Time has a wide variety of built-in reports, and you can customize reports for your firm’s specific needs at the higher tiers of pricing. There are a variety of accounting reports including outstanding balances, aging reports, and trust account history. You can also aggregate time entries and expenses and create reports that allow you to view your organizational productivity month over month and year over year.
Security. Bill4Time uses 256-bit (bank-grade) SSL encryption. Data centers are distributed to minimize the effects of outages. Bill4Time promises an uptime of over 99%.
Migration. You are only able to migrate your data to Bill4Time if you are on one of the higher pricing tiers. For Bill4Time Pro clients, the company will do a one-time import of your client and project lists. For Bill4Time Enterprise clients, they will import your clients, projects, contacts, entries, and starting balances if your existing program can export that data in a CSV or Excel format.