Thursday, January 7, 2010

Time59 Web-Based Time and Billing Software Now on iPhone

Time59, the web-based time and billing application for independent professionals, now runs in the iPhone Mobile Safari web browser as smartly as it does in computer-based web browsers.

Glenview, IL (PRWEB) January 7, 2010 -- Time59, the web-based time and billing application for independent professionals such as lawyers and consultants, now runs in the Mobile Safari web browser that comes pre-installed on the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Users can track time and expenses, email invoices to clients, and manage accounts receivable from any internet-connected computer, iPhone or iPod Touch.

"Imagine being away from your office talking to a client on your iPhone. When the conversation ends you can send the client an invoice. Or you can check the status of the client's account before your call," said Christopher Monaghan, developer of Time59. "The recent iPhone enhancement addresses the needs of busy professionals, including those who have chosen to 'go virtual' instead of maintaining a traditional office."

Time59 is a web-based software application for self-employed lawyers, accountants, consultants and others who bill for their services by the hour. Completely web-based, there is no software to install.

For more information, including a free 30-day trial, visit

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