City law firm Fox Williams has selected Intapp Time as its new time management system, with plans to roll it out to nearly 70 fee earners in place of its current time recording process, which is based on Thomson Reuters Elite’s sunsetted Envision practice management system.
“Intapp Time will introduce a step change to how our fee earners keep track of their time. The user experience and support for offline mobile time recording made it a popular choice for our lawyers,” said Jeremy Gubbay, COO of Fox Williams. “Over time, we expect Intapp Time to have a positive impact on the firm’s financial performance, as we capture a more accurate picture of hours worked on client matters and develop a baseline for better analysis of revenue, costs and profitability.”
With flexible support for mobile time recording – including offline support for iOS devices – Intapp Time will also make it possible for Fox Williams fee earners to capture and record time while working on the move. Once timesheets are submitted, Intapp Time will automatically transfer timesheets to the firm’s matter management system. Like all Intapp software, Intapp Time is designed to integrate well with core applications typically used in law firm environments.
Envision – Elite’s mid-tier business management solution that it sunsetted in 2014 – will be end of lifed in 2019*. According to our Top 200, there are still 24 law firms using it as their core practice management system.
*Update – Elite tell us that it is maintaining Envision through to 2021 not 2019. The decision was made to extend the date after the end of life announcement, based on customer input.