We have a 5 user licence PCLaw deployment against our TM deployment. I understand this means only 5 users can concurrently login to the application. However, does it mean only 5 people can send billable items to PClaw from TimeMatters concurrently? What exactly is its implication for TM/PClaw connection and sending bills to PCLaw?
We have TM 9 SR3 and PCLaw 9.
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I am not sure it is possible or probable for everyone to be sending billing entries to PCLaw at the same time. PCLaw is licensed on TimeKeepers or concurrent access. Time Matters is licenses on concurrent access. Each computer will open a process that helps the connection between the two. If there is an official policy a call into Lexis is the best option for an answer.
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PCLaw requires a license for each timekeeper defined in the software. If you need to have a timekeeper defined in PCLaw then you must have a license for that timekeeper.