We originally built Intervals for buinesses like Pelago — web development shops, design firms, IT companies, and other creatives who bill hourly for their services. And we continue to develop Intervals for these markets because we have an intimate understanding of them.
The beauty of web-based services, especially one like Intervals that handles time tracking and task management, is the application can be adapted to other industries with zero departure from the original vision. As it turns out, time tracking is something that other markets need, too. Intervals has customers from various industries who’ve found it to be a good fit.
One such industry is legal professionals. A natural fit, Intervals has found a niche among lawyers who rely on practical and articulate time tracking. For further reading on this, see the review titled “Intervals, Wrike, and OnStage: Read Our Exclusive Report” by TechnoLawyer, a blog focused on legal technology and practice management.