Hi everybody, My office is looking to streamline our time tracking / billing / accounting procedures. Right now, we track time and generate bills with Timeslips, and the accounting is all done by hand. Ack! We are considering going to QuickBooks for time tracking, billing, and accounting. I understand QB is not quite as versatile as TS when it comes to tracking time and generating bills. Has anyone switched from one to the other? Also, we use Amicus Attorney for case management (this is an investigative firm). Amicus can integrate with Timeslips but we found this did not reduce the number of steps; in fact it increased. Amicus can also integrate with QB but we have no experience doing so. Has anyone used Amicus with either TS or QB? Any advice would be appreciated.