Articles Tagged with Rocket Matter

Tali – the voice-driven time-entry application – now integrates with the Rocket Matter practice management platform, the two companies announced. Tali enables lawyers to record their time using voice commands via the Amazon Echo or any Alexa-enabled device. With this integration, Rocket Matter subscribers will be able to use Tali to record their time by […]

[Clarification: Although this post described LexCharge as having “spun off” from Rocket Matter, I did not mean to suggest that the company was formed within Rocket Matter and then sold off in some way. Rocket Matter’s CEO Larry Port and LexCharge’s CEO Jeff Shavitz together conceived of the company and it has been a fully […]

The practice management platform Rocket Matter is releasing a variety of new features and tools today in an update that founder and CEO Larry Port calls the product’s second-biggest in its nine-year history, after only its 2016 top-to-bottom overhaul of its user interface. Perhaps the most significant addition is a feature called Communicator, a tool […]

The cloud practice management platform Rocket Matter today is announcing a deep integration with Microsoft Office 365, enabling two-way Outlook calendar and contact synchronization and the ability to save emails and Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents directly into Rocket Matter. Rocket Matter previously integrated with Outlook through an add-in, but this new integration is easier […]

The cloud-based law practice management platform Rocket Matter today is rolling out a major software update that adds recurring billing functionality, user interface enhancements and workflow improvements. The recurring billing functionality can be used for two distinct billing scenarios. The first is if you have a client who pays you a flat amount each month, […]

Rocket Matter today rolled out three enhancements to its cloud-based practice management platform: document folders, role-based access and printable calendars. The document folders function allows users to organize documents within the system using nested folders. Previously, Rocket Matter used only tags to organize documents. With folders, users can create their own hierarchical structure for organizing […]

A gamification feature allows users to earn coins as they learn the system. The cloud practice management platform Rocket Matter today is rolling out a series of updates designed to address requests from existing customers and to help new customers get up to speed on the system. The new features being added today are: Continue reading […]

The new dashboard. The old dashboard. The cloud-based practice management platform Rocket Matter today rolled out a complete, top-to-bottom redesign of its user interface — its first full redesign since it launched in 2008. The redesign also adds a new workflow tool that allows firms to create templates that automate the set up of new […]

At Legaltech today, the cloud-based practice-management application Rocket Matter announced two new features: integration with QuickBooks Online and a fully integrated payment-processing system called Rocket Matter Payments. Both announcements were described as representing the start of a year-long initiative to dramatically boost its users’ profitability. The QuickBooks integration will allow Rocket Matter users to synchronize […]

This slideshow requires JavaScript. The cloud-based practice management platform Rocket Matter today announced a new feature, Advanced Analytics, that allows law firms to create various reports on billing and productivity. The reports are intended to help small- and mid-sized firms understand the efficiency of their billing process and which of their attorneys and matters are […]

This slideshow requires JavaScript. The cloud practice management platform Rocket Matter rolled out a new product today: client intake forms for law firm websites that integrate with the Rocket Matter platform. All of the information a client or potential client enters is directly added to the firm’s contacts on Rocket Matter and can then be […]