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LexisNexis offers Time Matters, an application tracking cases with associated client data and documents, as well as providing documentable billable time.Time Does Matter!It is used to track attorney and support staff time for billing purposes. It was also used for document management. It is one streamlined piece of software to accomplish multiple tasks.,Manages time Helps keep track of time spent on a particular client Eases the job of finding documents,Interface felt a little “old” Options can be overbearing Interface could be streamlined,7,Captures time that may have been lost in the past Increases productivity by reducing time spent tracking billing Increases staff efficiencyPraising Time MattersOur office uses Time Matters in the legal department so it is not company-wide, however, the entire company has access to it because sometimes the "other side" (we have a real estate department) has to cross-reference one of their files with ours. Time Matters solved some of our toughest problems and that was an organization, document management, and time management. We currently use TM for all of our documentation needs along with using it to store everything in one place. We were previously using folders on a system-wide drive that had no sense of organization because people did things there own way. Here, the files are organized by client, which is sub-categorized by matter, further sub-categorized by the document. Documents then can be listed by name, date, creator, size, etc. I advocated for this system and I was not disappointed.,File and document management- TM allows you to organize by the client, then matter, then documents for each matter. Documents can then be found by date, name, size, user, etc. Time management- Our attorneys were previously documenting all their time on paper which the legal assistants would have to go through and manually enter into the billing system. Now, the attorney keeps up with their own clock which working on the case then the legal assistant "pushes" it to the billing system and a bill is ready to be printed. Organization- You can find everything at your fingertips. Want to look at matter? Go for it. Remember a certain quote from a document you did but not which case? You can search for it. It also has a calendar and email feature which will sync with your Outlook calendar and allow you to have instant access to calendar events to link to your files.,Billing- In version 12, TM had an actual accounting program built in that would allow you to manage everything all in one, now there is a separate program you must purchase (there is a variety that works with it). Fonts- The creative side of my brain demands that things be color coded with visible fonts. There aren't any options to change font size or color in TM and I'm hoping that is fixed in 16. Communication with other programs- TM is set to talk to Office and Adobe along with a few other programs, but I wish there was a way to make it more compatible with every program out office uses.,10,Our billing has increased greatly. The ability to have a stopwatch and enter button right in front of their eyes has really helped our attorneys add to their billable hours. Time management, meaning that I no longer have to figure out how someone else would have thought to name a document. I look for the client and matter and the document is in their file. Money wise, it hurts a little. We are a small company on the legal side so really only 6 of us use the program on a regular basis. We have the service package for 8 (because we could hire someone). I believe we pay around $150 a month.,LexisNexis Juris,Microsoft Office 365, LexisNexis Juris, Adobe Acrobat DCTime Matters mattersLexis Time Matters is the program my former employer used to track the billing time of employees and to assist in file management.,It has a streamlined user interface. It rarely crashes, which many other programs of this type do. It does a great job of helping organize my caseload.,The program would benefit from better customer support. The program would be stronger by providing for more detailed roles, which you could assign to different users. The program would benefit by being easier to integrate with non-Lexis products. Sometimes this crosstalk causes issues.,6,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.,Tikit Carpe Diem,Tikit Carpe Diem
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June 11, 2018

LexisNexis Time Matters Review: "Time Does Matter!"

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It is used to track attorney and support staff time for billing purposes. It was also used for document management. It is one streamlined piece of software to accomplish multiple tasks.
  • Manages time
  • Helps keep track of time spent on a particular client
  • Eases the job of finding documents
  • Interface felt a little “old”
  • Options can be overbearing
  • Interface could be streamlined
When working on many client matters and needing to remain organized Time Matters is well suited to assist the task.
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April 26, 2018

LexisNexis Time Matters Review: "Praising Time Matters"

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Our office uses Time Matters in the legal department so it is not company-wide, however, the entire company has access to it because sometimes the "other side" (we have a real estate department) has to cross-reference one of their files with ours. Time Matters solved some of our toughest problems and that was an organization, document management, and time management. We currently use TM for all of our documentation needs along with using it to store everything in one place. We were previously using folders on a system-wide drive that had no sense of organization because people did things there own way. Here, the files are organized by client, which is sub-categorized by matter, further sub-categorized by the document. Documents then can be listed by name, date, creator, size, etc. I advocated for this system and I was not disappointed.
  • File and document management- TM allows you to organize by the client, then matter, then documents for each matter. Documents can then be found by date, name, size, user, etc.
  • Time management- Our attorneys were previously documenting all their time on paper which the legal assistants would have to go through and manually enter into the billing system. Now, the attorney keeps up with their own clock which working on the case then the legal assistant "pushes" it to the billing system and a bill is ready to be printed.
  • Organization- You can find everything at your fingertips. Want to look at matter? Go for it. Remember a certain quote from a document you did but not which case? You can search for it. It also has a calendar and email feature which will sync with your Outlook calendar and allow you to have instant access to calendar events to link to your files.
  • Billing- In version 12, TM had an actual accounting program built in that would allow you to manage everything all in one, now there is a separate program you must purchase (there is a variety that works with it).
  • Fonts- The creative side of my brain demands that things be color coded with visible fonts. There aren't any options to change font size or color in TM and I'm hoping that is fixed in 16.
  • Communication with other programs- TM is set to talk to Office and Adobe along with a few other programs, but I wish there was a way to make it more compatible with every program out office uses.
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.
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March 23, 2018

LexisNexis Time Matters Review: "Time Matters matters"

Score 6 out of 10
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Lexis Time Matters is the program my former employer used to track the billing time of employees and to assist in file management.
  • It has a streamlined user interface.
  • It rarely crashes, which many other programs of this type do.
  • It does a great job of helping organize my caseload.
  • The program would benefit from better customer support.
  • The program would be stronger by providing for more detailed roles, which you could assign to different users.
  • The program would benefit by being easier to integrate with non-Lexis products. Sometimes this crosstalk causes issues.
Time Matters is well suited for complex litigation case management. It provides the tools to get on top of case work up and organize tons of information.
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LexisNexis offers Time Matters, an application tracking cases with associated client data and documents, as well as providing documentable billable time.

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