TIQ Time retrospect, our most popular articles of 2018

Bas Roodbeen
21 December 2018

Providing our followers with the most relevant information regarding legal technology and industry news, is a priority of great significance for TIQ Time. As 2019 draws closer, and TIQ Time, its staff and our followers look forward to a new year, we take a look back at our most popular articles of 2018.

1. Infographic on case management

Within the world of legal services we are seeing a growing increase in the use of “Alternative Fee Arrangements” (or AFAs). Discussions with law firms, however, have indicated that lawyers do not currently have the tools or procedures they need to work confidently within this new financial structure. In order to quantify the difficulties currently being experienced during the lifecycle of their case management, we have conducted research on this topic, which is presented in this Infographic.

2. TIQ Time and PSA Consulting enter into partnership for the Nordic legal market

In November 2018, TIQ Time announced that they entered into a strategic partnership agreement with PSA Consulting in order to make the successful solution available to the leading law firms in the Nordic legal sector. Read the full article here.


3. BANNING selects TIQ Time for effortless time recording

In July 2018, TIQ Time announced that BANNING, an established Dutch Top 50 law firm, has selected TIQ Time as part of an ongoing initiative to update their practice management. Read the full article here.

 

4. Tracking non-billable activities is it worth it?

Every lawyer knows that accurately measuring billable activities is a necessary evil. But when you ask them about recording non-billable time, they often shrug their shoulders and say “It’s not billable so why does it matter?”.

Non-billable activities can provide invaluable insights for making strategic decisions on staff, revenue and the work-life balance for employees. Especially if your firm works on a fixed fee basis. Read the full article here.


5. On-premise versus the cloud a comparison for law firms

Many law firms struggle with the decision to either keep all data on-premise or manage it in the cloud. Important aspects such as reliability, accessibility, security and mobility of each system will be taken in account into this comparison.

When evaluating and implementing new technology solutions, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of hosting it on-premise or in the cloud. So, how do you decide which option is best for your firm? Read the full article here.

 

 

 

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