TimeMatters Reviews

Learn about TimeMatters case study management for businesses. Includes info on TimeMatters, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on April 13th, 2020

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TimeMatters is a case management software developed by LexisNexis. The software successfully leverages simple practice management software to inspire teamwork on projects, streamline internal processes, and improve growth.

Pricing:

TimeMatters offers one monthly plan of $39.00 per user. For more pricing information, users can contact the company's support department at 1 (866) 448-5871.

TimeMatters Reviews
Review:

Pros: Customizable to meet your needs. Robust features that help with legal processes. Good customer support.

Cons: TimeMatters integration with Outlook does not support Microsoft Office versions that are Home & Business, Home & Student, Starter, Office Online, Personal, and Trial editions.

Bottomline: Good, customizable option! Feature-packed with good tools. However, there is a steep learning curve.

Key Information:

Legal Name

LexisNexis

Founder

Robert Butler

Founding Date

Jan 01, 2004

Address

1801 Varsity Dr, Raleigh, NC, 27606, United States

Number of Employees

10000

Number of Customers

100000

Telephone

1 (866) 448-5871

Website

http://software.lexisnexis.com/timematters

FAQs:

What are the main features of TimeMatters?

  • Automated time entry.
  • Document management.
  • User access controls.
  • Tracking changes.
  • Contact and email management.
  • Automated tasks.
  • Workflows with chains and triggers.
  • Activity records.
  • Case history.

How much does it cost to use TimeMatters?

TimeMatters costs $39.00 per user per month.

What is the TimeMatters Maintenance Plan?

The TimeMatters Maintenance Plan helps law practices to maximize TimeMatters software with tasks such as:

  • Onboarding.
  • Support.
  • Upgrades.
  • Training.

What are the new features in the TimeMatters 16.4 upgrade?

  • Full 7-Day work week calendar with the option to Set as Default.
  • Time-Saving Record Count feature on the Document Version tab.
  • Paperless bills.

Is there a TimeMatters free trial?

No, TimeMatters does not offer a free trial. Users can request a free demo via the website.