Last week saw a lot of dialog about Software-as-a-Service and Web-based legal practice management on message boards and blog postings. One post in particular that I would like to point out was a guest post on Home Office Lawyer by Christopher McKinney. A lawyer specializing in employment discrimination and personal injury law, McKinney discussed the […]
Neil Squillante and the people at TechnoLawyer have been such a treat to work with! Today they sent out a TechnoRelease, “Introducing Rocket Matter — The Web Generation of Legal Software”, which you can view here.
Rocket Matter was at the center of an interesting thread on the Google MILO discussion group over the past couple of days. You can read what some of our customers were saying and read back and forth between practicing attorneys about moving to an online practice management and time and billing software. One very well […]
The Web Generation of Legal Software is happy to announce our new Affiliate Program! Grant Griffiths, who runs Home Office Lawyer and also helped us put together our blog via G2WebMedia, is our first affiliate. Thanks Grant, we’re looking forward to launching lots of new Pilots with you! Here’s the handsome new Rocket ad Ariel […]
Rocket Matter can now be followed on Twitter! We will be posting information related to the product and our services, such as our CRE courses, new Online CRE tutorials, new features, and maintenance schedules. Occasionally you may find out what gives us inspiration or what we find interesting (but we promise to keep the Twitter […]
Many thanks to Bryan Sims who runs the excellent blog “The Connected Lawyer” for publishing an “An Interview with Larry Port from Rocket Matter.” I’ve been a fan of Bryan’s high quality content for a long time and it was an honor to be included in his blog.
Thank you very much to Susan Cartier Liebel for inviting us to guest post at her influential and highly regarded blog, Build a Solo Practice, LLC. You can read our guest post here. Thanks again, Susan! She introduces our post with nice comments of her own: “What I find intriguing about Rocket Matter is its […]
Starting next week, Rocket Matter users will enjoy free training called CRE, or Continuous Rocket Education. Our first subject will cover Rocket Matter’s billing functionality, including batch billing, invoice printing, ledger usage, and data export for use with Quickbooks, Peachtree, or other accounting software. Training is a fundamental part of a firm’s adoption of legal […]
Brett Burney has a great recap of the ABA Techshow available here at Law.com. He took some time to speak with us and wrote the following: “One concept that buzzed among several attendees was “online practice management.” The idea … is that attorneys can manage their practices over the Web without the need to install and maintain […]
Aaron Pelley recently reviewed Rocket Matter on his blog Criminal Defense Law with an Apple. We can’t thank him enough for his time and positive review. Our favorite part is his conclusion, which we consider a compliment of the highest order. “I really think that Rocket Matter is on to something here. This case management […]