Campbell, CA – February 17, 2015 – Smart Time Apps, provider of the Smart Time family of timekeeping applications, today announced a live webinar for March 5, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. EST. The discussion, presented by Smart Time’s CEO and founder, Todd Gerstein, will cover the benefits of updated timekeeping for firms currently using PCLaw. It will also cover implementation best practices, as well as the ROI and benefits that accrue from a new timekeeping system.

Of special note is the webinar’s emphasis on the details of integrating with PCLaw, how the two systems wire together, and what is required to begin.  To register for the webinar click here.

Smart Time is an all-in-one timekeeping platform for law, accounting and professional services firms. The Smart Time timekeeping platform includes time entry, time capture and mobile modules. Any one of the modules can be installed independently or together to create a complete timekeeping platform. Smart Time enables firms to effectively collect, track and recoup billable time, thereby increasing revenue and profitability.

“In addition to discussing the benefits of updated timekeeping for firms using PCLaw, we’ll be demonstrating Smart Time’s three modules. This webinar will give any CFO, CIO or Director of Administration something they can use right away to improve timekeeping at their firm,” said Todd Gerstein, CEO and founder of Smart Time Apps. “We look forward to sharing how flexible and powerful Smart Time is, and how easily PCLaw firms can upgrade their timekeeping with minimal disruption to their business processes.”

About Smart Time Apps

Smart Time Apps provides the leading timekeeping platform for law, accounting and professional services firms. Our flagship product, Smart Time, is an all-in-one timekeeping platform. Our team of experts specializes in finance, accounting, marketing, process engineering and technology. Smart Time Apps is privately held and is headquartered in Campbell, California. For more information, visit www.smarttimeapps.com

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