Case Threads gives users a
high degree of control of two professional office functions:
- Creation, transmission and storage of electronic documents
- Tracking time invested on behalf of clients.
Typical American law offices are the working model for Case
Threads; it can be applied to many similar professions such as
consulting, advertising, public relations and the like.
The fundamental concept behind
Case Threads is that information about clients---for whom
the work is being done--and matters--the work that is being done---is
used repetitively in document creation, client contacts, time tracking
and billing. A database stores client/matter information. It may be "customized"
to reflect differences in information required by different types of professional
practices and by different lawyers. Customization can occur without having
to modify the existing database structure.
The goal for the Case Threads
project is to provide an enterprise class software package that is easily
adaptable to individual and changing business needs, while lowering the
overall cost of ownership.