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Mobile Time Entry for Android Smartphones Added to Smart Time

Mobile Time Entry for Attorneys, Accountants & Consultants. Touch Timekeeping for iOS and Android Devices Now Available.

CAMPBELL, Calif., April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Smart WebParts, provider of the most advanced timekeeping platform for law, accounting and professional services firms, today announced the availability of Smart Time Mobile for Android smartphones. Smart Time for the Android is a native mobile time entry app that makes it easy for professionals to record hours anywhere at any time.

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"It's no secret mobile technology has dramatically changed the face of law," said Todd Gerstein, CEO and Founder of Smart WebParts. "According to the most recent ABA Legal Technology Survey, over 90% of attorneys use smartphones, and an ever-increasing number use tablets. Attorneys now live in a 'work anywhere, anytime' environment and the same should be true for mobile time entry."

Smart Time is an all-in-one timekeeping platform for law, accounting and professional services firms. The platform includes three modules: Time Entry, Time Capture and Mobile Time Entry. Firms, depending upon their needs, can install any combination of modules. Smart Time can be deployed on-premises or in a private cloud. Smart Time integrates with Aderant, Thomson Reuters Elite, Microsoft Dynamics, LexisNexis and other leading time and billing systems.

Steve Bronstein, CTO and Founder of Smart WebParts, said, "Mobile development moves at the speed of light in Silicon Valley. To provide a consistent user interface to all tablet and smartphone devices, we've employed a mobile development platform that allows us to code once and publish multiple native applications. On the security front, Smart Time is encrypted to bank standards."

Gerstein added: "Now that we can see, touch and use our Android app, we couldn't be happier with the results. The interface is beautiful and intuitive - just right for smartphone mobile time entry. We invite you to test Smart Time to see what mobile time entry can do for you."

Smart Time Mobile is now available in the Google Play Store at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.smartwebparts.smarttime

You can test it for free. Downloading the app gives you default access to a sample time and billing database.

About Smart WebParts

Smart WebParts (www.smartwebparts.com)creates software solutions that maximize profits for law, accounting and professional services firms. Our flagship product, Smart Time, is an all-in-one timekeeping platform that includes time entry, time capture and mobile time entry in one cohesive package. Our team of experts specializes in finance, accounting, marketing, process engineering and technology. We utilize best-of-breed technologies, as well as the most advanced tools and production processes. We have built a dedicated team who offer solutions that are unique in the industry.

Smart WebParts is privately held and is headquartered in Campbell, California.

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For more information, contact us at:
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[email protected]

www.smartwebparts.com

Media Contact: Todd Gerstein, Smart WebParts, 415-668-8411, [email protected]

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