"Our conclusion is that native apps, specifically designed for iOS and Android devices, provide the best user experience for our mobile timekeepers."
-- Todd Carlisle, Shareholder, Sirote and Permutt and iTimeKeep client.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) February 05, 2013
iTimeKeep for Apple iOS devices is the highest rated mobile time entry app for attorneys in Apple’s AppStore. The release of iTimeKeep for Android devices brings the same level of usability and comfort to thousands of firms and further solidifies Bellefield’s position as the leader in integrated mobile time entry for the legal market.
Bellefield’s CTO, Daniel Garcia, celebrates the milestone: “The debate between HTML5 vs. Native Apps has been raging for a while, and both approaches have benefits and drawbacks. At Bellefield, we are primarily focused on the customer experience, simplicity, and ease of use for the attorney. From that perspective, the choice is clear. Native applications are a better solution. Unlike other vendors in the legal space, Bellefield is willing to make the considerable financial investment needed to bring native applications to the market and provide the best experience. The fact that iTimeKeep receives rave reviews and boasts a 5 star rating in the App Store validates our fundamental belief that customer experience comes first.”
Todd Carlisle, a shareholder with Sirote & Permutt and an iTimeKeep client, describes Sirote’s selection process: "We have invested a great deal of energy in reviewing the available mobile timekeeping concepts applicable to law firms. Our conclusion is that native apps, specifically designed for iOS and Android devices, provide the best user experience for our mobile timekeepers. While HTML5 browser-based solutions offer a compelling menu of features, the cluttered interface required to offer a broad set of features often results in an app that is confusing to use on a mobile device. The primary purpose of a mobile timekeeping app is to provide a quick time entry option with minimal training and support required. The native iTimeKeep apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices integrate well with our time and billing system and have been a great addition to the mobile platform that we provide for our legal professionals.”
The growing adoption of Android devices in law firms and requests for an iTimeKeep app from clients prompted Bellefield’s development of the native Android application. Bellefield continues to heavily invest in research and development, bringing attorneys the best mobile applications in a quickly changing legal environment.
About Bellefield: Bellefield bridges the gap between your enterprise software, mobile devices and desktop applications. Bellefield’s mobile strategy is based on Bellefield Connect, the most robust and secure mobile data platform designed specifically for the legal market. Bellefield’s team devotes itself to building software products for the legal market. Quality, attention to detail, ease-of-use and usefulness top Bellefield’s list of priorities. Energy is put into building applications that make it easier for you to get work done.
About iTimeKeep: iTimeKeep seamlessly integrates with the law firm’s time and billing system, allowing attorneys to capture time with their mobile devices from anywhere in the world. iTimeKeep is currently used by thousands of attorneys, reducing time leakage and increasing time velocity and accuracy. iTimeKeep is the only native iPhone, iPad and Android application for time entry that seamlessly integrates with your time and billing system. It has been designed with simplicity in mind, and you will find yourself using it without training. It reduces the time gap with 93% of attorneys entering time the same day or day after the work was done. More single task activities are recorded accurately. iTimeKeep Mobile Time Entry for legal professionals is available for Elite® Enterprise and Webview, a Thomson Reuters business, ADERANT, Total Office (formerly Client Profiles), Juris LexisNexis, Omega®, Orion®, Ripper & Kingston, Versys, Legal Solution Systems (LSS), Tabs3, ProLaw, a Thomson Reuters business, PCLaw LexisNexis, Amicus Attorney, and others.
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