A BigTime Billing App for Android

— February 16, 2014

BigTime Software has adapted the pro-level features of its award-winning iPhone mobile app, BigTime Mobile so Android users now have access to what BigTime CEO Brian Saunders calls “practice management lite” on their smartphones.

The provider of pro-level online time and billing tools and a market leader in QuickBooks integration developed its new mobile app to make it possible for small and mid-sized firms in the accounting, engineering, architecture and IT services industries to go beyond basic time and expense tracking to access higher-level, sophisticated practice management capabilities previously unavailable on a mobile device.

Recently named a “2014 Awesome Application” at the 10th Annual Accounting Solutions Conference by The Sleeter Group, a consulting group dedicated to finding the best accounting technology solutions to help small businesses work smarter, faster and more efficiently, BigTime Mobile is free to Express subscribers (BigTime’s streamlined time management product.)

BigTime IQ version is also coming soon, a product that will bring together advanced time and expense tracking, engagement management, and invoicing capabilities in a single package for the first time in the marketplace.

The Android app is available through Google Play. Highlights include:

  • Remote time tracking features
  • Easily track time, online or offline.
  • User-friendly format, with one-tap timers.
  • Fully customizable, with daily/weekly views.
  • Submit timesheets right from the app.
  • Link directly to QuickBooks.
  • Hassle-free expense entry features
  • Intuitive mail-like expense entry interface.
  • Logs reimbursable expenses online or offline.
  • Upload Android photos of receipts.
  • Track costs by project, task, type and more.
  • Auto sync with web for instant backup.
  • Submit in app and link to QuickBooks.
  • Real-time team/project information
  • One-tap access to your clients and staff.
  • Call, text or email clients right from the app.
  • Offline access to customer contact info.
  • Syncs with your existing BigTime account.
  • Get the big picture on job/client data.

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