Monthly Archives: October 2009

Convert to 7 Second System from the shipping defaults easily and quickly

As we all know Time Matters as it ships has lots of power, but it is not harnessed. That power gets in the way and leaves the application in a state that is harder to implement and harder to use.  After years of consulting, I… Continue reading

What to expect working with us

Clients and potential clients often ask me what they should expect when working with us, whether we are your Time Matters consultants PCLaw consultants HotDocs consultants Integration consultants First and foremost we have to manage the project. As we look back over our years of… Continue reading

Time Matters Best Practices

The first hurdle in implementing Time Matters is proper matter naming. It may sound odd that I call it a hurdle but…it is. Although I have been a Time Matters consultant for years, I always start with the fundamentals. This way, you can open your… Continue reading

Document Assembly with Time Matters – Automated Documents

Interestingly enough, not that many Time Matters firms I work with work toward document assembly or automation of their documents. There are 3 options for document assembly with Time Matters: Formattable Clipboards Document Merges HotDocs Formattable clipboards were created in Time Matters to allow greater… Continue reading

Automated Ontario Small Claims Forms

As we all know the dollar amount for Small Claims Court in Ontario is going up. How do you assemble the forms? Type in the pdf file? What about the next form that you have to create a form for that matter – re-type the… Continue reading

Time Matters 10 – How to uninstall

If you have installed Time Matters 10 and had issues. Sometimes a complete uninstall will get you back on track. Click here for complete instructions:

Convert to PCLaw SQL

New sales of PCLaw Pro now ship as a SQL version. In Ontario, most PCLaw Pro firms have been using the product for many years before the SQL version existed. As we receive new versions and new product keys, the option of SQL is there.… Continue reading

Cheque Fraud Protection system for PCLaw

If you take a look at the TD Commercial banking site -( http://www.tdcommercialbanking.com/cashmgmt/cheque_fraud_protection.jsp), you will see they offer a Cheque Fraud Protection program. We have developed a system for PClaw to offer an integration with this system. We support the positive pay with payee match. It… Continue reading

When a user leaves what happens to their data?

I am sure that it has happened to us at one time or another. A user leaves the firm.  What happens to their data? As we should know:  a user is a person that logs into Time Matters and a staff is someone that owns… Continue reading

Deleting Time Matters Emails with attachments – attachments do not go to the recycle bin

Hopefully everyone knows that Time Matters has a recycle bin. Each time a record is deleted, it goes into the recycle bin, where it can easily be retrieved.  I know that it has saved many firms and my clients are advised to monitor the recycle… Continue reading