Clocktimizer has been shortlisted for best big data initiative

Together with law firm DLA Piper, Clocktimizer submitted a project for the Best Big Data Initiative Award. The awards were part of the The Lawyer Business Leadership Awards. We are proud that we have been shortlisted in this category. Big data becomes mainstream This is another achievement underpinning the fact that big data and analytics… Read More

Legaltech: Is the next generation of lawyers ready for it?

- Blog Posts, Legal tech information

In May this year, I was honoured to be speaking to the next generation of lawyers (the Justitia seminar), gathered in the beautiful Tuschinsky Theater in Amsterdam. We had 300+ first-year lawyers present, with many working in the largest law firms of the Netherlands. I had the pleasure to guide this group through the legaltech… Read More

Clio + Clocktimizer Reporting and Analysis Integration

- Blog Posts, Clocktimizer features & information, In The Media

Clocktimizer offers AI powered business intelligence and analytics software for law firms. Clocktimizer’s reporting and analysis tools generate information and insights on the basis of your time tracking data in Clio. Clocktimizer seamlessly integrates with your Clio practice management software. The integration makes it easy for Clio customers to: create and save reports to turn… Read More

Clocktimizer secures new crowdfunding investment

- Blog Posts, In The Media

We are thankful that we have earned the trust of so many investors. We raised 180.000 euros in our latest crowdfunding campaign. The funds will be used to fuel growth of Clocktimizer, both in the Netherlands as well as abroad. About Clocktimizer Clocktimizer provides both law firms and their clients with hands-on and in-depth information…. Read More

Interview with LegalTechBlog Germany

- Blog Posts, In The Media

In February, our CEO Pieter van der Hoeven was interviewed by Micha-Manuel Bues of Legal-Tech-Blog.de, the leading German LegalTech blog. Pieter states: “We help remove the friction between lawyer and client on fees […] If a firm does not want to be this transparent, [that firm] will lose work to firms that do strive to… Read More

Clocktimizer: A Forbes Disruptor

- Blog Posts, Clocktimizer features & information, In The Media

On Tuesday December 22nd, we were featured on Forbes as one of the four disruptors that could make it big in the legal services industry. As we are entering the UK market, this is a great headstart for us. It is great to see that Clocktimizer’s innovative solution is also internationally recognised as a leading… Read More

Clocktimizer featured in De Telegraaf

- Blog Posts, Clocktimizer features & information, In The Media

Clocktimizer was featured in the Dutch national newspaper ‘De Telegraaf’ as one of the innovative companies in the legal industry. The article explains how Clocktimizer helps lawyers make better arrangement with their clients by comparing multiple similar matters and identifying and comparing the costs associated with each building block of a matter. You can also… Read More

Clocktimizer featured on talk show RTL Z

- Blog Posts, Clocktimizer features & information, In The Media

On November 25th 2015, our CEO was invited to the talkshow Van Liempt Live on RTL Z, a national news television channel in the Netherlands. Together with Albert Oegema of legalmatters.com Pieter discusses the rise of Legal Tech in the Netherlands and the impact of that on traditional law firms’ business models. You can watch… Read More

On the road again

The last blog in this series is about ‘mobile first’. We have worked on the new version of our software to make business intelligence available to every lawyer that needs it. Using budgeting, live reports and the drilldown you can get up-to-date insights about your matters. This blog explains why we designed Clocktimizer with tablets… Read More

LPM: Small steps, big changes

Innovation in law firms seems to be structured these days through Legal Project Management (LPM). When people hear about innovation they tend to think about the big ideas. They think about innovations like the laser, the internet and penicilin. Inspiring as they may be, most progress is not made by big leaps, but by many… Read More