The ‘Ron Baker’ timesheet KILL switch!

Is it time?

Have you ascended the pinnacle of value-based pricing? Has trust replaced timesheets? Have results replaced hours?


The Ron Baker Timesheet Kill Switch in TimeRewards is not a feature, it is a celebration. It’s not just time to check the box on your setup screen, it’s time to open the champagne!

Why turn on the Kill Switch?

When you have completely transitioned over to Value-Based Pricing in it’s purest form, then it is time to remove all references, workflow, and approvals around timesheets from the system.

New Clients

If you are influenced by Ron Baker’s vision of the firm of the future, then TimeRewards can help you transition to value-based pricing in a phased manner.  Read our blog about Transition to Value Pricing – Not Happening?

Here is our commitment to your transition to Ron Baker’s value pricing model:

Get TimeRewards free for 14 months, if in 14 months you turn on the Ron Baker commitment to value based pricingTimesheet Kill Switch, you can continue to use TimeRewards free for life*.


Existing Clients

What happens when you check this box?

All references and links to timesheets are removed. TimeRewards will become a project management system and not a timekeeping system, you will notice the following changes:

1. My Time tab – will become My Work. The day, week, and calendar view of timesheets will not be available, only the To Do list is available.

2. Timesheet tab – will become the Work tab. You will use this tab to keep a tab on project milestones, and not hours.

3. In Customer | Billing Tab – you will no longer have an option to setup hourly billing rates, this will be replaced with fixed charges and change requests.

How do I turn on the Kill Switch?

In TimeRewards, go to Setup | Timesheet Preferences. At the bottom, look for the Ron Baker Timesheet Kill Switch. Check this box to turn off the timesheet functionality in TimeRewards.

* Valid for CPA, bookkeepers, and accountants only. Must sign-up for a trial version of TimeRewards before 15th April 2018.





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