Bellefield Announces iTimeKeep Native App Ready for Release for BlackBerry 10Bellefield's iTimeKeep, a native app available for time entry for the legal profession, is scheduled for release this spring for BlackBerry® 10 smartphones.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) March 26, 2013
While HTML5 browser-based solutions remain an alternative to native apps, their format creates many drawbacks. iTimeKeep Principal Gabriela Isturiz explains, "Our experience in the legal field showed HTML5 browser-based options to have a cluttered interfaces that are difficult to use on mobile devices. As a native app, iTimeKeep is clean and simple to use, and the seamless billing system integration makes it an exceptional tool for the legal industry."
"BlackBerry has always been popular with the legal profession," said Gregg Ostrowski, senior director for enterprise developer and technology partnerships at BlackBerry. "iTimeKeep has proven to be valuable to legal professionals and we’re pleased it will be available to customers on the new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone."
Legal professionals interested in how iTimeKeep can benefit their firm can visit iTimeKeep.
About Bellefield: Bellefield is a legal technology company solely focused on the development and delivery of enterprise mobile solutions for law firms and legal departments. Bellefield was co-founded by John Kuntz, a technology entrepreneur, and Gabriela Isturiz and Daniel Garcia, the founders of eBillingHub, the leading cloud-based electronic billing solution, and now part of Thomson Reuters. For more information, visit http://www.bellefield.com.
About iTimeKeep: iTimeKeep seamlessly integrates with a 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. Over 90% of attorneys enter time the same day or day after the work was done when iTimeKeep is their go-to app. iTimeKeep Mobile Time Entry for legal professionals is available for Elite® Enterprise and Webview, a Thomson Reuters business, ADERANT®, Total Office (formerly Client Profiles), LexisNexis® Juris®, Omega®, Orion®, Ripper & Kingston®, Versys, Legal Solution Systems (LSS), Tabs3®, ProLaw®, a Thomson Reuters business, LexisNexis® PCLaw®, Amicus Attorney, and others. For more information, visit http://www.iTimeKeep.com.
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