Bellefield Systems Named Top 100 Company by Pittsburgh Business Times

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Ranking of the fastest growing companies in the region includes Sewickley-based startup

Bellefield named to the Pittsburgh Business Times' 100 Fastest Growing Companies

Bellefield's growth, strength and stability can be attributed to its committed, educated, innovative and experienced team of professionals.

Bellefield Systems, LLC, the leader in mobile time entry for firms of all sizes, announced today that it has been recognized by the Pittsburgh Business Times as part of the 2015 Pittsburgh 100. The Pittsburgh 100 ranks the fastest growing private companies in western Pennsylvania. The rankings are based on rates of growth over a three year period from 2012-2014.

Bellefield’s impressive growth over the past three years earned the placement of #2 in the tech category and #5, overall. Bellefield has maintained aggressive and consistent expansion since the company’s founding in 2010, which amounted to 282% growth between 2012-2014.

"I am humbled to accept recognition from the Pittsburgh Business Times on behalf of the Bellefield Team," said Gabriela Isturiz, President and Co-Founder. "Bellefield’s growth, strength and stability can be attributed to its committed, educated, innovative and experienced team of professionals that has been sourced from the Pittsburgh region."

Bellefield remains committed to its aggressive growth trajectory driven by talented professionals in the Pittsburgh Region.

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After launching in 2012, iTimeKeep quickly became the most-widely used mobile time entry solution for attorneys. Today, Bellefield continues to relentlessly be committed to maintaining iTimeKeep’s simplicity – allowing attorneys to work the way they want to work, any time, anywhere and any way. Law firms are able to accomplish this through the Time Entry As a Service (TEaaS) model.

The TEaaS model, pioneered by Bellefield, is constructed to be laser focused on the things that matter to the modern law firm: encouraging contemporaneous time entry and making it as simple as possible for everyone involved. The TEaaS model allows firms and their users to be up and running in a few hours without taxing the resources of the law firm with costly hardware and software and complex implementations. Bellefield’s TEaaS model is transforming the way the modern law firm works.

About Bellefield

Bellefield is committed to helping lawyers improve their work lives by developing innovative and intuitive applications that solve real-world challenges. Bellefield does this by identifying a problem, evaluating it from many different perspectives, and working tirelessly to create the best possible solution. Bellefield’s flagship product iTimeKeep ranks #1 as the most adopted Mobile Time Entry solution for attorneys for the second consecutive year. Founded by software veterans Gabriela Isturiz, Daniel Garcia, and John Kuntz, Bellefield is an independent, privately held company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. To learn more, visit Bellefield Systems.

About iTimeKeep

iTimeKeep is a game-changing mobile application that simplifies contemporaneous time entry while eliminating the burdens of complicated and invasive time capture applications. Upon hearing the frustrations of attorneys required to use technology that is counterintuitive to the way they work, Bellefield developed iTimeKeep to give them the ability to easily get the job done anytime and everywhere, increasing adoption and improving internal operations.  iTimeKeep is delivered as a Time Entry As a Service (TEaaS) model in order to maximize the benefits of mobility to firms, without taxing on their resources. iTimeKeep was recently ranked by ILTA as the most adopted Mobile Time Entry solution for attorneys for the second year in a row. iTimeKeep seamlessly integrates with leading financial systems including Elite, Aderant, LexisNexis Juris, ProLaw, Rippe & Kingston, and many others. To learn more, visit iTimeKeep.

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