Problems not Solutions – Scoping and pricing with Clocktimizer

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This week Clocktimizer is looking at ‘Problems not Solutions’. No, we’re not mad. Odd as the title may seem, we hear many lawyers (rightly) complaining that legal tech often fails to actually solve the problems they purport to. [It] is necessary is to talk to lawyers and understand how the practice of law actually works today. Not how… Read More

Problems not Solutions – An infographic of lawyers’ top problems

As part of our ‘Problems not Solutions’ campaign we have been examining the problems legal professionals want solving. We put together a handy infographic sharing the results of our recent Twitter poll, and a number of our legal tech recommendations for the voters. If you want to learn more about Clocktimizer then simply book an online… Read More

Our upcoming ‘Problems not Solutions’ Twitter chat

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As many of you may have read, we will be holding a campaign at the beginning of July. We’ve called it, ‘Problems not Solutions’. Now, we should probably explain ourselves a bit here. Odd as the title may seem, we hear many lawyers (rightly) complaining that legal tech often fails to actually solve the problems… Read More

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Susan Brommer

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Pieter van der Hoeven and Bram Fokke founded Clocktimizer together in 2014. Since then we’ve grown our team to include programmers, designers and a whole host of other important jobs. We have worked hard to create a dynamic, creative group of people. So we want to make sure you know who they are too. This… Read More

What we’ve learned about lawyer’s problems from our recent Twitter poll

In the first week of July, Clocktimizer will be running a campaign titled ‘problems not solutions’. Don’t worry – there’s method to our madness. So why are we focusing on problems? Odd as the title may seem, we hear many lawyers (rightly) complaining that legal tech often fails to actually solve the problems they purport… Read More

Clocktimizer jobs – Dev/Ops internship

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Clocktimizer is looking for a technical student to streamline our client roll-out process About the role  We admit, there were a LOT of buzzwords in that first sentence so we’ll try and break it down. Clocktimizer is a SaaS (software as a service) product, however we have a lot of clients who need that software… Read More

Clocktimizer jobs – Design internship

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Clocktimizer is looking for a design student to work with both our development and our marketing teams. About the role  Are you good with HTML/CSS? Do you work with different types of media, including digital and print? Are you looking for an internship with a company which lets you be autonomous and help steer the… Read More

Meet the Clocktimizer team – Michael Stocks

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Pieter van der Hoeven and Bram Fokke founded Clocktimizer together in 2014. Since then we’ve grown our team to include programmers, designers and a whole host of other important jobs. We have worked hard to create a dynamic, creative group of people. So we want to make sure you know who they are too. This… Read More

Why we’re looking for problems, not solutions

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In the first week of July, Clocktimizer will be running a campaign titled ‘problems not solutions’. Don’t worry – there’s method to our madness. So why are we focusing problems? Odd as the title may seem, we hear many lawyers (rightly) complaining that legal tech often fails to actually solve the problems they purport to…. Read More

Clocktimizer visits the US – Our wrap up of the P3 conference

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For the last week, Clocktimizer has been on tour in the US. On Tuesday and Wednesday we were at P3, a conference based in Chicago. As sponsors this year we were excited to release new budget features and share some delicious Dutch stroopwafels. Following on from P3, we headed to Boston and New York. We… Read More