PerfectLaw’s Back Office allows users to attach or swap out images to invoices after they’ve been posted. Often, vendors will submit their invoices with an image in an effort to keep accurate records. But, sometimes the image isn’t available or a back office user simply forgot to include it on the posted invoice. When this happens, some products require the invoice be reversed and re-entered with the image. But not PerfectLaw. PerfectLaw’s Back Office allows users to attach images directly onto posted invoices through a standard file browser. To see how, please watch the video below:
In recent years, the legal industry has experienced a quantum leap in legal technology options and legal software solutions. Many of the solutions have begun the move to the cloud from what was once only local server-based environments. Although a lot of marketing buzz has been created around the recently developed Hybrid Cloud, there are still numerous reasons why PerfectLaw’s All-In-One cloud model rises about the rest. These two models offer different solutions for different size firms running different products.
The Hybrid Cloud, although offering a diverse set of options, is often partitioned or broken apart across several different databases, thus requiring add-ons or plug-ins to integrate with third party software . This is not ideal.
In the All-In-One cloud, everything lives in harmony alongside your All-In-One database. This increases security, usability, maintenance, workflow, along a great deal of other perks.
To get a fuller picture, PerfectLaw has developed a 5-part series of short videos that juxtapose the All-In-One Cloud with the Hybrid cloud. The topics include a general overview, maintenance from the IT perspective, workflow, handling external documents, and security.
To view these videos, please visit our YouTube page. If after viewing these videos you have any questions, please contact PerfectLaw for more information.
PerfectLaw offers a way to quickly distribute documents to a matter’s relevant related contacts. With PerfectLaw, you can select a document, click a button, and select all of the recipients you’d like to receive it before ever even opening Outlook. Eliminating extra steps, like copying and pasting or additional clicks, is just one of the many ways PerfectLaw saves you time in your daily operations.
At the end of the year, the minutes you saved start getting totaled in hours.
To see how simple it is to share documents from a matter, please watch this brief video:
Special thanks to all of our clients and friends who stopped by the booth in Chicago last week at the ABA Tech Show. We were excited by the energy and enthusiasm of our clients and those looking to join the PerfectLaw family. We look forward to keeping this energy going as we roll into the ALA National Show this May. Click here for more information on all of our upcoming events.
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PerfectLaw’s VP of Sales, Marc Adler, and sales maverick, Anthony Beasley, are currently manning the PerfectLaw booth at the ABA Tech Show in downtown Chicago. If you’re attending the show, stop by Booth 728, say hi, and take home one of our world-famous lions.
The ABA Tech Show runs from 3/7/2018-3/9/2018.
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Local vs. Cloud vs. Hosted
When it comes to law office software, firms should weigh the benefits of all the features and functions as they relate to their specific workflow. However, an often overlooked aspect of purchasing new software is choosing the right network to run that software. The choice is paramount in providing an optimal experience for the firm’s today and into the future. Just as firms would research features like document management, time entry and mobility, the network that’s right for you must be considered carefully. To help make an informed decision, below is an outline of the three most widely used network configurations in use today. Continue reading “What to Consider When Choosing the Right Network for Your Legal Software”
In recent years law firm pricing has migrated away from hourly rates to alternatives that include fixed or flat fees, percentage and contingency fees. This movement is driven by law firms as clients increase their efforts to obtain hourly rate discounts and apply greater scrutiny to bills, questioning both hours billed and staffing (numbers and levels of lawyers). In this environment, hourly billers face ever-increasing pressures that actually penalize firms for efficiency. Although this article will focus on one example of alternative pricing—fixed or flat fees—the principles apply to contingent, percentage and other alternatives, as well.