Tikit, a global provider of technology solutions to legal firms, today announced a new version of their time recording solution, Carpe Diem version 7.3, with some enhanced features that include a new calendar view.
The new version of Carpe Diem will include a unique user interface in the style of an Outlook calendar view where users can enter and edit their time. All time recorded will show in the calendar, working alongside TimeFinder to find partial or full matches for potential recordings. The powerful new feature makes it easy for users to record more time and spot time gaps. The default home screen won’t change, users will still have their traditional day view, but if they want they can now display all their time records in the calendar.
After Carpe Diem’s Intelligent Time was nominated as a finalist for the inaugural LegalTech Product Innovation Competition at Legal Week New York earlier in the year, this new version looks to bring further features to the software to make it easier than ever for users to time record. The new version is scheduled for an October release but users can enquire about their upgrade now. Anyone attending ILTACON will be able to see the new enhancements to Carpe Diem in action as well as checking out several exciting proof of concept features that Tikit are considering for future releases.
Calendar view has been brought into the product as a direct result of user feedback. Tikit put a huge emphasis on the voice of their users, listening to feedback and implementing the changes that they want into future versions of their products. As well as a very active user group, who meet and discuss their thoughts on Carpe Diem, at the beginning of the year Tikit introduced User Voice into the product. This technology allows end-users themselves to make suggestions directly from within the software interface as well as view and vote on the suggestions of others. This year also saw the creation of an independent Product Advisory Board to oversee the strategic developments of Tikit’s products. The group is chaired by Janet Day and its mandate is to ensure that Tikit’s products are developed in a way that reflect the changing needs of modern firms.