I’ve been on a self-imposed blogging hiatus for a few weeks. There has been a lot going on and it’s finally time to tell everyone about some big changes.
Last year, I started an experiment along with Neil Johnson of Practice Development Partners in Chicago. The idea was to bring Time Matters training to users throughout Wisconsin and Illinois by creating a one-day seminar called Time Matters Boot Camp. As many of you know, that experiment has grown into a nationwide series of training seminars, as series of Time Matters Feature Packages and a collection of training materials, all created by a new company we formed, IP Associates. Needless to say, all of this came at a substantial cost of time and effort, leaving me less time for other things, including family and other business pursuits.
So, effective June 15, I have ended my affiliation with Information Technology Professionals and formed a new company called Krause Practice Management. My new venture allows me to spend more time with my family, better service clients and better take advantage of opportunities created by IP Associates. It also better reflects my vision of a consultancy focused on providing unsurpassed expertise in Time Matters and other legal-specific applications, unhindered by the need to support networks and desktops.
With Krause Practice Management, my Time Matters, Billing Matters, HotDocs and PCLaw clients will receive faster and more efficient service AND I will be able to spend more time doing things that really matter, like playing catch with the kids in the backyard.