Clocktimizer platform now available through Reynen Court solution store
Clocktimizer, a market leader in pricing, budgeting, and business intelligence tools for law firms, announces that it has partnered with Reynen Court to make its platform available through Reynen Court’s solution store.
“We're excited to add the Reynen Court solution store as a deployment option for Clocktimizer, allowing forward-thinking law firms to take advantage of our platform. Clocktimizer has seen considerable success with law firms like K&L Gates, Hogan Lovells and Clifford Chance and we believe this partnership will help continue that growth,” said Pieter van der Hoeven, CEO of Clocktimizer.
“Clocktimizer is emblematic of a new wave of technologies helping law firms provide better service to their clients and run their firms as better businesses,” said Christian Lang, Reynen Court’s Head of Strategy. “As Reynen Court works to eliminate barriers to putting the right tools in the right hands at the right time within firms, partners like Clocktimizer will be core to helping ensure those same firms can understand and then scale value creation in a competitive legal market. We therefore think it’s a perfect fit for our ecosystem, and we look forward to working together closely.”
Clocktimizer helps law firms to understand who does what, when, where and at what cost. The platform uses timecard narrative data to provide bespoke fee quotes, create and track budgets in real-time, reduce write-offs, implement and scale legal project management and calculate and improve firm-wide profitability. Clocktimizer presents all data in an easy to understand dashboard, allowing users to increase efficiency and improve matter lifecycle management. To make the platform even more accessible Clocktimizer will become available through Reynen Courts solution store.
The Reynen Court platform combines a solution store for legal technology along with a powerful control panel that makes it easy for law firms and legal departments to run cloud-based applications either on-premise or within virtual private clouds, thus enabling firms to access modern cloud-based solutions without sacrificing security or stability. The platform also enables firms to manage software subscriptions and provides usage monitoring and advanced application-specific metrics to aid in better predictability of IT software and infrastructure maintenance and expenditure. It is supported by a consortium of 19 leading global law firms chaired by Latham & Watkins and Clifford Chance, with Paul Weiss serving as vice-chair.