Tikit launches Carpe Diem TimeFinder

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24 April 2012


Carpe Diem TimeFinder from Tikit enables firms to improve the accuracy and quality of their time inventory as well as reducing the time taken to capture relevant time entries.

Providing the timekeeper with access to an electronic journal of activities that can easily be converted into time entries, TimeFinder targets the “end of day review and capture” attorney work habit.

The product has been designed to only capture those activities that are most likely to be recoverable and then to present them in the attorneys familiar Carpe Diem system. This allows a good level of subjectivity to be applied as all the entries, whether captured through desktop, mobile, or TimeFinder itself can be viewed in one easy to understand screen.

In addition, TimeFinder has been designed with ease of implementation in mind and can be integrated seamlessly into the existing Carpe Diem suite or third-party financial/practice management systems. Furthermore, as a server-based system with a web client, TimeFinder can be quickly rolled out across the firm.

Other benefits to the firm include multiple activity views, intelligent customised filtering to provide the timekeeper with quick access to relevant entries, and modern HTML5 cross-browser functionality so that the system can be accessed from any browser or platform including iPads and iPhones.

“We are delighted to be able to formally launch TimeFinder,” commented Peter Zver, President of Tikit Inc, Canada. “Since acquiring the Carpe Diem suite of products in 2010, Tikit has continually strived to enhance functionality and ensure that clients gain continued business benefit from the products. The announcement of TimeFinder represents the next stage of extending the range of functionality of the Carpe Diem product suite.”

 



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