What does B stand for?
B stands for Billable
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The billable hour, long the lawyer’s friend, is facing a tough challenge from the bad economy.
TimeAgent's unique time-capture functionality automatically switches its internal timers on and off as professionals move between documents and applications-assuring that all potential billable time is captured and recorded, even time spent composing short e-mails or evaluating Web-based information.
Nasdaq-NNM: ACCC) today announced billable minutes for the second quarter 1994 increased by 31% over the same period last year.
the leading provider of on-demand Professional Services Automation (PSA) solutions for billable services organizations, today announced the availability of its Spring '06 product release.
FSLI), a leader in financial management systems for the legal and professional service industries, and AIRTIME-Manager, a provider of unique mobile time-capturing software, today announced a partnership agreement designed to help attorneys capture their billable time while away from the office.
71 percent rise of $538 million in billable assessments for a total of $76.
These supporting goals are further broken down into KPIs for individual timekeepers, such as target billable hours.
In the last three fiscal years beginning with 1992/93, the final billable assessment on Ordinary Real Estate decreased approximately $4.