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If your organization needs to report to clients or other departments on a regular basis, then Sage Timeslips will help you create those reports. It contains all the client data you want it to, time spent for that client and every invoice ever created for that client. You can easily open a new client, close or suspend that client, and then open it again if necessary just with one click.
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The legal world- you need this program. There are plenty of other options out there, but TM is by far the best that I have used. This program works for an office of 1 to an office of 100. I have no clue how it would work in any other jobs, it is designed for legal work.
Read full review Pros Ability to track time easily across the firm. Ability to create codes enabling consistent descriptions of services and less painful data entry. Ability to design invoices per the clients request and export the billing data into systems such as CounselLink for our clients. Read full review Tie Matters handles event and to-do notifications well. This ensures that all SOL's and due dates are met. Time Matters does case management tasks well, including documenting cases, documenting client and opposing counsel interactions and court orders. Time Matters does a good job of syncing all case data to a users Outlook Calendar, to ensure todo and event notifications on a users Outlook/phone. Read full review Cons I would like to see web access so that I am not limited to access only via my primary computer. I would like the program to be more intuitive with self-correcting verbiage. When inputting multiple data for one client, I'd like the program to be more intuitive by self filling or having the option to self fill the biller's name, the service and the client fields. Read full review The software crashes a lot. The plugins for Office and Adobe are unstable. The whole software package appears to be built for the year 1995. Read full review Support Rating
I have not had to use Timeslips support, but I know our Office Manager has had to use them from time to time. She reports that they are quite helpful, but are always suggesting we purchase an upgrade to our current program.
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There is no unpaid support. They insist on a service contract for support, either with the manufacturer, or with a re-seller.
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A law firm I previously worked at used ProLaw to enter our firm's billing, sending out bills and doing reports. I only entered time using ProLaw, so I cannot go into much detail about it. However, Sage Timeslips can do a lot more than ProLaw, and it is a lot easier to enter new cases, enter time and expenses and run reports compared to ProLaw.
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So Juris and TM are both LexisNexis products. I dislike Juris greatly and the only thing we use it for is billing because we already had it and it was compatible with TM for billing purposes. Juris doesn't allow you any kind of document storage or management. You can make a "note" but what good does that really do me? In my opinion, Juris is good for billing only (not client management) and there are other options like QuickBooks that really outshine it.
Read full review Return on Investment Sage Timeslips has enabled our firm to manage a variety of users across various offices to streamline our billing process. The ability to customize the system to meet our clients billing guidelines and various billing systems is a huge benefit for us. Sage Timeslips allows our firm to have consistency and easy tracking of billable time to ensure we are meeting our quotas. Read full review Time Matters has allowed attorneys to focus on research and writing, rather than wondering where a file is. Time Matters has allowed for more efficient communication between team members on a case. Time Matters has ensured hot documents are tagged and accessible. Read full review ScreenShots