Law Firms: Bad News Early Is Good News

Posted by Gaby Isturiz on February 28, 2014 at 6:23 AM

How real-time compliance can help law firms get less rejections and faster payments

The sooner you know that there is a problem, the better. Fix it. Move on.

However, in the typical law firm, identifying the “bad news” early enough to address the problem is a struggle. Specifically, I’m referring to the disconnect between what attorneys are doing when they record their time and what clients receive in an invoice. The problem starts when a client is billed using the incorrect codes for the work completed. The ultimate result of this disconnect is unhappy clients (and of course, unhappy attorneys due to late or missing payments from clients).

Facebook’s WhatsApp Acquisition: What Does it Say About Mobility?

Posted by Daniel Garcia on February 20, 2014 at 10:28 AM


Yesterday, the news broke that Facebook purchased mobile messaging app, WhatsApp for $19 Billion. While Facebook has made several acquisitions in the past 10 years since the social network was founded, this marks its biggest acquisition yet.

Even for Facebook, this was a major purchase. So why did they do it?

In this post, we’ll dive into the significance of the WhatsApp acquisition (and save you from those cheesy “WhatsApp with that?” puns that we’re seeing from just about everyone else covering this story).

Snow Problem, No problem - As Long As Your Firm is Mobile

Posted by Gaby Isturiz on February 14, 2014 at 4:52 PM

The weather outside is frightful. Even in locations where it is is typically delightful.

This season, just about every US location is getting pummeled with snow, ice and other severe weather conditions. Yesterday, law firms in DC, Georgia, North Carolina, New York, Boston, Maine, and New England were closed. While a “snow day” might sound like fun, it can be very stressful for individuals who are forced to “work from home” without have access to the proper infrastructure that allows them to tend to important matters.

Topics: Mobile Technology

Do It Now: Five Benefits of Contemporaneous Time Entry

Posted by Gaby Isturiz on February 13, 2014 at 2:19 PM

On an intuitive level, “do it now,” as opposed “save it for later” makes sense. After all, why put off an important task when you could take care of it right now and breathe a little bit easier knowing that it is complete?

Easier said than done. For most of us, this isn’t reality. In fact, while only 20% of the population are considered clinical procrastinators, everyone procrastinates some of the time. In fact, people are more likely to put off a task that they don’t like to do until later. And, since most people don’t exactly consider themselves time entry enthusiasts...

Topics: Contemporaneous Time Entry