Best suited for:
Small businesses with 1 to 50 employees
Sage Timeslips helps make our customers more profitable and efficient by providing flexible, full-featured, powerful time and expense management and billing for professional services businesses. While it is a good fit for small businesses, Sage Timeslips can scale to accommodate larger organizations as well. Sage Timeslips has features, such as automatic time capture and multiple billing arrangements that make accurate, efficient time tracking and timely client billing easier than ever before. Plus, Sage Timeslips integrates with over 20 accounting packages, including QuickBooks, so your data stays in sync.
Sage Timeslips customers can add an unlimited number of Sage Timeslips eCenter licenses, available as a monthly subscription. This gives customers the ability to get time and expense tracking capabilities from anywhere with an Internet connection, including tablets, laptops, Macs or smart phones. This is perfect for customers with a mobile or virtual workforce or with a need to add seasonal employees. Just add or adjust the licenses you need.
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I just upgraded to 2015 and I don’t like some of the changes. I don’t like that the in reference to is not on the first page with initial client information. I think that abbreviations should work in whatever screen you are in. I have several other issues, but those are my main complaints. I don’t like that the upgrade wiped out my G/L transfer accounts.
The good: I like that I can change the color scheme. I like that I can take out features that I don’t normally use to create less keystrokes.
The bad: Abbreviations should be functional on all screens.
We have used Timeslips since 1999. The 2014 version is a major set backwards. It now takes at least 5 times longer to fill out a time record because of some change made in the autofill function. We used to type a few characters and the software would autofill properly. Now it does not. In addition, it no longer saves for future use the place designates to save a file. Instead, this must be selected each time. In short, the 2014 version of Timeslips has made us less efficient.
The good: Nothing at this point. See comment above regarding the inefficiencies that have been built into the 2014 version.
The bad: The changes to the autofill properties addressed above. This is a major problem with the 2014 version. I am sorry that we “upgraded.” It was really a downgrade.
This product works well for our small business and gives us the extra features for time tracking that meet our clients’ specific needs. The support team has been helpful when we’ve had challenges and the addition of some of the new features over the last year or two have made this a more competitive product. It is pretty feature-rich in general and we don’t use everything, but we feel we’re getting a good value.
The good: I like the reporting, especially the profitability reporting. It is easy to see who is hitting their goals and how our business is performing overall. The Automatic Time Capture feature was a nice addition over the last year or so. I also like that this is integrated with my QuickBooks software without having to pay extra. We have been able to add eCenter licenses when we needed to provide a way for team members working outside of the office to enter time and expenses.
The bad: It would be nice to have a truly cloud-based version of the software. eCenter works for remote time/expense entry but it’s just a web portal. The user interface could use some updating too.