Normally, the announcement of a new service release for Sage Timeslips is on a level of “nice to know”. This time, however, the good people at Sage Timeslips put in a real gift for the holiday season: a huge improvement in their link with QuickBooks.
The Timeslips-QuickBooks link not only sends data from Timeslips to QuickBooks, but it also has a command that searches for expenses marked as client-related and turns them into expense slips.
It works for client-related expenses marked on vendor bills and checks. But up until now, it did not work for individual credit card charges. And that was a problem, especially as more and more courts and other vendors require buyers to keep credit cards on file.
With this new service release, Sage Timeslips Premium and Sage Timeslips 2017 users can now convert charges recorded on credit cards in QuickBooks into expense slips in Timeslips. This is in line with Timeslips’ goal of attaining 100% cost recovery for billing.
This service release is free and will be available for all users on the latest version of Sage Timeslips. And if you’re not on the latest version? Well, here’s another holiday gift: a 20% discount on upgrading to the latest version between now and the end of the year. Be sure to contact us at Crosspointe Consulting Group at 877-357-0555 or email us at email@example.com if you have any questions or wish to take advantage of this offer.
Dana Riel is President and Founder of Business Solutions, Inc., serving the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area since 1985. Her firm is the authorized training center for the region for Time Matters and PCLaw by PCLaw|Time Matters, PLLC; Timeslips and Peachtree Accounting by Sage Software; and QuickBooks by Intuit Corporation. As a trainer, Dana has provided training services to organizations such as the DOD Defense Logistics Agency, Judge Advocate General’s Office (JAG)/Department of the Navy, University of the District of Columbia School of Law, U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, as well as with small‐ to mid‐size law firms in the Baltimore‐Washington D.C. area. In 2009, she participated in the series of day‐long seminars sponsored by the District of Columbia Bar Association Practice Management Section, titled “Basic Training: Learn About Running a Law Office”. Ms. Riel also served as an Adjunct Professor in Georgetown University’s Paralegal Studies Program, having taught the course, “Legal Ethics/Legal Technology” in 2009; and “Legal Technology” for the Spring and Summer Semesters of 2010. She presently serves on the Advisory Board for PCLaw|Time Matters, PLLC.