Wednesday, February 10, 2016

In Tabs3’s latest update, ScanSnap scanners can add searchable scanned documents to PracticeMaster

Tabs3 Announces New Integration with Fujitsu®

ScanSnap provides law firms the ability to scan documents searchable within PracticeMaster

Lincoln, NE – February 10, 2016 – Software Technology, Inc., the maker of Tabs3 and PracticeMaster, announced a new collaboration with Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc., the distributor of ScanSnap scanners in the US. In the latest update to Tabs3 software, clients can use ScanSnap scanners to quickly add searchable (via OCR technology) scanned documents to PracticeMaster from ScanSnap’s Quick Menu. ScanSnap gives users the confidence of knowing that all documents will be found using PracticeMaster’s text search functionality.

“Teaming with Fujitsu extends our document search functionality and provides law firms with an innovative and easy-to-use way to save and find their documents in PracticeMaster,” said Dan Berlin, President of Software Technology, Inc. “For over 35 years, we have worked hard to develop reliable, quality software for law firms and to ensure Tabs3 clients can organize their firm’s documents and perform conflict of interest searches easily.”

"ScanSnap makes it easier to find exactly what you need when you need it,” said Scott Francis, Senior VP of Marketing at Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc. “Integrating ScanSnap into PracticeMaster gives law firms greater efficiency and productivity.”

Tabs3’s integration with ScanSnap is a Version 18 feature. Version 18 also includes new ways to save time through enhanced reconciliation, bank transaction import capabilities, and improved trust accounting features. The reconciliation process in Version 18 has been completely redesigned to have fewer steps and make any discrepancies easier to understand, helping clients reconcile their accounts faster. Further, clients can save time and prevent the possibility of human error by importing transactions from their bank’s website directly into Tabs3 General Ledger and Trust Accounting software. Finally, with the improvements to Tabs3 Trust Accounting, it’s even easier to keep clients’ trust account balances in check.

For more information about Tabs3 and PracticeMaster, visit

About Software Technology, Inc.
Software Technology, Inc. (STI), the maker of Tabs3 and PracticeMaster software, has been at the forefront of developing software for law firms for over 35 years. Tabs3 is one of the most widely used legal-specific time and billing products in the United States and has been an industry leader since its introduction in 1979. Tabs3 is designed to seamlessly integrate with PracticeMaster, a leader in practice management software. Among its many features, PracticeMaster provides an easy way for firms to create a firm-wide calendar, search for conflicts of interest, organize case and contact information, and manage email and documents. For more information, call (402) 419-2200, email, or visit

About Fujitsu

About Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc.

Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc. is an established leader in the Document Imaging industry, delivering innovative scanning solutions and services that enable our customers to solve critical business productivity issues and streamline operations. Fujitsu provides cutting-edge document capture solutions for business and personal environments, backed by a comprehensive portfolio of service and support programs. For more information about Fujitsu Document Imaging solutions and services, visit or call us at (888)-425-8228.


About Fujitsu

Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions, and services. Approximately 159,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers. Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702) reported consolidated revenues of 4.8 trillion yen (US$40 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2015. For more information, please see

By Guest Blogger: Tabs3 Software

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Legal Cloud Computing Association announces new standards for #legaltech vendors, with @goclio.

The Legal Cloud Computing Association (LCCA), a consortium of the leading legal cloud computing providers, is releasing its inaugural set of security standards. These draft standards help both legal providers and the growing legal technology sector collaboratively and transparently work together to address cybersecurity concerns and implement best practices for security into their joint operations. LCCA members each commit to using these security standards within their companies and services.

The LCCA guidelines incorporate industry best-practices, data privacy guidance from North American and European governments, and legal-specific requirements recommended by bar associations and courts.  The new draft guidelines set standards for a range of issues related to law firms using cloud computing services, including:

  • Geographic data residency location and disclosure requirements;
  • Encryption and data integrity best practices;
  • Restricting access to cloud-stored data by third parties;
  • Data loss prevention measures; and
  • Terms of Service and other contractual obligations to which each LCCA member commits.

The LCCA guidelines issuance is timely, as legal service providers continue to adopt cloud computing services in ever-increasing numbers. Of the lawyers surveyed in the American Bar Association’s 2015 Legal Technology Survey, currently 31% use cloud-based services to complete law-related tasks.  However, other businesses have been quicker to adopt cloud-based services to enhance their own security. PWC’s Global State of Information Security® Survey 2016 Report found that 69% of non-legal businesses were adopting cloud computing services as part of their cybersecurity initiatives.

Lawyers, law departments, regulators, and the public at large are welcome to read and comment on the standards here:

All comments will be integrated into the final version of these standards being published in March, during the American Bar Association's TECHSHOW conference.

About the Legal Cloud Computing Association:

Formed in 2010, The Legal Cloud Computing Association (LCCA) is the collective voice of the leading cloud computing software providers for the legal profession. The LCCA consists of Clio (Themis Solutions, Inc.), DirectLaw, Inc., NetDocuments Inc., Nextpoint, Inc., Onit, Inc., and Rocket Matter, LLC. To find out more about the LCCA, visit

By Guest Blogger: Themis Solutions (Clio)

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

.@ReadyTalk Creates Desktop Offering to Streamline Audio Conferences



New application allows for more acute organizer control, attendee timeliness


NEW YORK, February 3, 2016 – From the floor of the Legaltech tradeshow, ReadyTalk, a leading provider of conferencing and webinar services, today announced ReadyTalk Desktop, a new application meant to make audio conferencing even easier for professionals that host and attend a significant number of calls every week.


ReadyTalk Desktop pairs with an existing ReadyTalk customer’s conference line and calendar scheduler, but eliminates the need to set reminders, open a browser window or remember dial-in numbers and passcodes. When a conference organizer’s meeting is about to begin, they receive a notification on their computer desktop, make two clicks and start their meeting. Attendees using ReadyTalk Desktop have the same simple process to join.


“When you do the math on the amount of time that’s wasted launching and getting all participants into an audio meeting, it’s astonishing,” said Stephen Deckrow, product manager, ReadyTalk. “With ReadyTalk Desktop, we’re aiming to further simplify that process and ultimately make meetings more productive.”


The service is free to all existing ReadyTalk customers, but is especially valuable to professionals in the legal, financial and healthcare markets, who tend to have a high volume of audio conference commitments. ReadyTalk conferencing customers can download Desktop today at:


ReadyTalk Desktop does not have to be adopted by all users at a given company; the decision to use the app is based upon individual preference for how to most easily manage and join conference calls. The application directly calls a leader or attendee wherever they are, on the phone or other prescribed device they’re currently using, to join the conference. It also allows organizers to see who is in a conference, identify who is talking, mute individuals, mute everyone to minimize interruptions, and escalate an audio call by presenting or sharing content via a simultaneous web meeting.


“I’ve really benefitted from ReadyTalk Desktop,” said Kent Wilson, director of Assureon Architecture Solutions, Nexsan. “It makes hosting a meeting or joining someone else’s meeting seamless. A reminder of my next call pops up; I click to join. For those of us that often have lots of back-to-back calls, it’s an incredible time-saving tool.”


For those attending Legaltech 2016, please stop by booth #1319 to learn more about ReadyTalk products and services.


About ReadyTalk

ReadyTalk delivers audio and web conferencing services that inspire collaboration and enable the Future of Work for today’s increasingly digital and mobile workforce. By combining intuitive, innovative technology with unmatched customer service, ReadyTalk provides a seamless collaboration experience for anyone, across any device, platform or location. Everything you need, anywhere you are, for before, during and after your online event. ReadyTalk is headquartered in Denver, CO and was founded in 2001.

By Guest Blogger: @ReadyTalk

.@tdsglobal, trusted leader in data management services, kicks off 2016 growth with 4 acquisitions

TDS Announces Four Acquisitions to Kick Off 2016

Trusted Data Solutions (TDS), a global leader in data management services, announces four successful acquisitions as it begins 2016 with an aggressive growth strategy for its Tape Restoration, Email Migration, and Voice Logger Retrieval Practice Groups.

Akaibu, a leading email migration software provider, will continue to license its market leading Evolve Software to customers and partners who prefer to execute migrations on their own, while TDS focuses on its fully managed service offerings for complex, large scale, enterprise migration initiatives.

Data Conversion Resource (DCR), a leader in legacy data conversion services since 1997, owner John Svee and his technical team will join TDS’s Global Solutions Group, where they will help drive the development of the next generation of media recovery and restoration technologies.

American Eagle Systems (AES), a leader in data center services and supplies since 1976, will join forces with TDS to integrate some of AES’s professional services into a series of new solutions TDS is bringing to market in 2016, as well as expand AES’s core data center business.

Data Recovery Systems (DRS) founder Steve Morgan will join TDS’s Global Solutions Group as Director of Innovation. Steve and his team will be instrumental in designing the company’s international Restoration Assurance Centers that will be announced in 2016.

“We are very happy to see some of the best technical talents joining our TDS family. With our recent new website launch, 2016 will be an exciting year for TDS,” said Chris Clark, President and CEO of TDS Global Holdings.

By Guest Blogger: Trusted Data Solutions

Opus 2 International released Magnum 6.0, their cloud-based platform for collaboration

Opus 2 International (, a worldwide litigation services and software development company, today formally released the sixth generation of its cloud-based platform for collaboration on transcripts, documents, key facts and attorney work product – Opus 2 Magnum. Previously only available as a managed service, Opus 2 Magnum 6.0 includes an optional robust Admin Module, which enables self-service by US law firms that choose to license the SaaS platform enterprise-wide. The new version also includes enhancements to the end-user experience, such as the ability to upload large video files without SFTP and browser timeout issues, customizing exhibit labels, and accelerating mark-up of key issues with the new Recent Tag Recall. 

By Guest Blogger: Opus 2 International

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Legal Workspace Poll Shows Law Firms Lacking in Cybersecurity and HIPAA Compliance Standards

Many law firms lack critical security measures that help ensure HIPAA compliance, according to a new poll from Legal Workspace, a leading provider of cloud-based work environments designed specifically for law firms.

The poll, conducted from November 2015 through January 2016, shows that only 13 percent of the 240 law firms had key technology and processes in place to support HIPAA compliance and provide secure environments. This includes items such as executed business associate agreements, email encryption, keeping and reviewing access logs and intrusion detection systems.

By Guest Blogger: Legal Workspace

LawToolBox Deadline Add-in for Microsoft Outlook 2016

LawToolBox Deadline Add-in for Microsoft Outlook 2016

At LegalTech 2016 LawToolBox is announcing its new
Court Deadline Add-in for Outlook 2016.  This Add-in calculates rules-based court deadlines in all 50 states based on the applicable rules of procedure in state and federal courts. This new add-in expands on its existing apps for Office 365 and Windows, and is part of its continuing focus to help attorneys and legal departments calculate deadlines using products they are already familiar with.


In Office 2016, Microsoft has renamed “Apps” for Outlook to “Add-ins” for Outlook.  Currently, in Office 365 and Outlook 2013 “Apps” will only show up in the email app bar; but in Office 2016 an “add-in” can be configured to automatically appear in the Outlook Ribbon or as a “tab” in the top of Outlook, which is a look and feel that traditional Outlook users are familiar with.


The new LawToolBox “Add-in” for Office 2016 builds on 5 prior app releases for Office 365 and allows users to calculate deadlines from inside their Outlook Inbox, view deadline reports, and then to share any deadline with users inside or outside their firm.  For example, without having to install any special software or executable file, an attorney or paralegal can share case deadlines with firm members in Outlook, with an expert who uses Google calendar, an insurance adjuster who uses Lotus Notes, or a client who users iCal. 

In addition to calculating and sharing deadlines, LawToolBox has also added some powerful new features, including: (1) when a user receives an email notification on one of their federal matters from PACER the
add-in will read basic matter information from the email and streamline the calculation of new deadlines; and (2)  as you are writing an email legal professionals can pull up deadlines and matter information from any case in LawToolBox and insert them directly in the email you are composing.


The new features in the LawToolBox add-in for Office 2016 are part of the company’s continuing mission to build valuable technology for attorneys, and to streamline the automation of important procedures, whether they have a solo practice or are a member of a large law firm.

Visit LawToolBox at
booth 1300

Contact: Carol Lynn Grow

303 759 3572

By Guest Blogger:, Inc.

KPMG's Priya Keshav Leads Legal Tech New York Panel on Innovation in eDiscovery

KPMG's Priya Keshav Leads Legal Tech New York Panel on Innovation in eDiscovery

Innovation in eDiscovery is critical to the ability to meet increasingly demanding regulatory requirements, manage constantly escalating costs, and control ever-evolving risks. KPMG LLP Managing Director Priya Keshav will lead a panel at LegalTech New York discussing innovation in eDiscovery. Panelists Jeff Nass, Senior Counsel, eDiscovery, Boehringer Ingelheim; Kara RicuperoHead of eDiscovery and Records and Information Management, eBay; and Brett Tarr, Counsel and Director of Ediscovery, Caesars Entertainment Corporation, will discuss how their current workflows have kept up with rapidly changing technology and increasingly stringent cost pressures. The discussion will address some of the key challenges facing the industry in the next five years and what types of innovation will be needed to overcome them, as well as the factors that will enable or stifle that innovation.

Date: Feb. 2

Time: 2 pm to 3:15

Panel: Innovation or Inertia in eDiscovery: How Far Have We Come and Where Do We Need to Be?

By Guest Blogger: KPMG

KPMG's Steven Stein to Lead Discussion at LegalTech New York About Effective Data Reduction as Part

KPMG's Steven Stein to Lead Discussion at LegalTech New York About Data Reduction as Part of Information Governance

Join KPMG LLP Principal Steven Stein to learn how data reduction is a mitigating factor against privacy, confidentiality and intellectual property breaches due to large and unmanageable information volumes. Stein will lead Richard P. Kessler, Executive Director, Information Lifecycle Governance at UBS, David Smythe, Information Lifecycle Management; Firmwide Data Management, at JPMorgan Chase and Jason Stearns Director, Legal and Compliance Group at Blackrock, in this discussion.

Date: Feb. 2

Time: 3:45 to 5 pm

Session: Information Governance in Action: Data Reduction

By Guest Blogger: KPMG

KPMG's Ed Goings Joins DOJ Cybercrime Lab Director and Morrison & Foerster Global Privacy and Data S

KPMG's Ed Goings Joins DOJ Cybercrime Lab Director and Morrison & Foerster Global Privacy and Data Security Group Co-Chair to Talk Cyber Threats, Governance, Budgeting and Reporting

Ed Goings, Principal and National Partner in Charge of Forensic Technology Services of KPMG LLP, will join Ovie Caroll, Director of the Department of Justice Cybercrime Lab, and Miriam Wugmeister, Co-Chair of the Global Privacy and Data Security Group at Morrison & Foerster, to discuss the leading cyber threats, and best practices for governance, budgeting, and reporting related to cyber prevention and response. For more, please join them on Tuesday, Feb. 2 from 10:30 to 11:45 at at the LegalTech New York "Global Risk and Compliance Opportunities: Cyber Security Roadmap" session.

Date: Feb. 2

Time: 10:30 am to 11:45

Panel: "Global Risk and Compliance Opportunities: Cyber Security Roadmap"

By Guest Blogger: KPMG

Planin M&A in Latin-America? Litisnet M&A Litigation Report

Do you have plans to acquire in Latin-America?

 Analyze the litigation liability first.

Our M&A litigation reports are an essential reading for any senior executive planning to undertake a transaction in a wide range of industries of the latam region. They provide detailed information of the key regional litigation liabilities of a company, including the total number of cases and values in economic terms.

Come and visit us at booth #413 and receive an example, or <>


The company provides online real time access to Latinamerican cases.  With this solution, you can easily search for cases and acces to court dockets of the most important countries of Latam.

 Visit Legaltech at booth #413.

By Guest Blogger:

CONEXIONES will show, Simple Search, the new Brazilian case databse to search millons of records

CONEXIONES will show, Simple Search, the new Brazilian case databse to search millons of brazilian records in seconds.

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DISCO sets record year over year growth and adds key new capabilities to its discovery platform


172% growth plus new Workflow and Quality Control features ensures DISCO accelerates its momentum as the fastest-growing company in ediscovery


Legal-technology company DISCO today announced that 2015 was a record growth year for both revenue and new client acquisition. Revenue increased 172% in 2015 and 92 new organizations were added as new clients. This growth is confirmation that the market is actively demanding an easier and faster way to perform discovery.

"2015 was a year of maturation for DISCO as more and more of the AmLaw 200 and the country's best litigation boutiques adopt DISCO. Keeping our focus on performance and ease of use ensured that the capabilities we added throughout the year exceeded our clients’ expectations." said Neil Etheridge, DISCO VP of Marketing.

DISCO has added key new features to the platform to ensure that clients can leverage its next-generation discovery platform regardless of case size or complexity. With the addition of these new features DISCO is poised to become the new standard for discovery.

“Normally when companies add more complex features into their products, the products themselves become more complex,” says Michael Simon, partner at Seventh Samurai Consulting. “DISCO has managed to avoid this and remains true to its vision of simplicity and ease of use”.

DISCO Workflow was designed from the ground up to meet the needs of any review. From multi-terabyte cases with hundreds of reviewers to small cases with a handful of reviewers, the goal was the same: make setup, management, and organization of document review easy without sacrificing capability and control required by different processes or strategies.


In addition to creating a new restricted reviewer interface for contract reviewers, DISCO Workflow was designed to simplify 3 main things:

  • Creation and management of even the most complex reviews

  • Organization and prioritization of documents for review

  • Metrics  to gain insights from people, pace, and decisions being made during the review


DISCO QC allows review managers and lawyers to quickly sample, check, and analyze documents for the purpose of quality control. Previous solutions to this problem would require the use of complex product features, calculations in Excel, and an advanced understanding of statistics. DISCO QC changes all this by automating many steps in the process and dramatically simplifying the rest.


This new feature in DISCO is designed to make the process of quality control quick and easy --- so it can be used in every case. The key capabilities of this new feature allow clients to:

  • Create random samples from any subset of reviewed documents

  • Perform a focused review of documents for errors / overturns

  • Visually analyze the results and discover patterns in coding errors / overturns

  • Automatically deliver estimations on error rates for the entire document population


“Seeing the new QC features in DISCO was the first time the use of document sampling for QC made sense to me” said Danny Yadidsion, Associate with an AM Law 200 firm. “With a few clicks and the review of a small set of documents I get immediate insight into any problems with my review, and how to fix them.”


DISCO Founder Kent Radford summarized 2015: "We built a world-class engineering team in Houston and Austin and a seasoned sales and services team in major cities across the United States. With the best product and the best people, we look forward to setting another record in 2016.”



CS DISCO Inc. makes the best legal technology in the world. Since the introduction of its ediscovery solution in 2013, DISCO has become the first choice for innovative legal technology at more than 400  law firms, enterprises, and government units, including over 50 of the AmLaw 200. DISCO’s ediscovery solution lets lawyers find evidence up to 10x faster, even at a multi-terabyte scale.

Visit our website at and take a self-guided tour.


By Guest Blogger: CS Disco

Zapproved Redefines E-Discovery Processing Speed Exceeding 1TB/hour

Zapproved Inc. today demonstrated a major technological advancement in electronic discovery by processing data at a rate exceeding one terabyte per hour using Digital Discovery Pro™.  Digital Discovery Pro is a software application that taps the power of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud computing for corporate legal teams so they can process and review discovery data instantly for immediate insights to a case or internal investigation.

“Breaking the terabyte-per-hour processing barrier marks a new era for electronic discovery. Digital Discovery Pro was designed as modern software and with future customer needs in mind. We developed it to take full advantage of the AWS Cloud and have optimized it for scalability and affordability. Our software applies the amount of computing power required to accomplish any task quickly,” said Monica Enand, CEO and Founder of Zapproved. “The technology we’re providing gives in-house legal teams unprecedented control, access, and affordability over discovery.”


Corporate legal departments benefit from access to this technology in four important ways: instant access to information, complete control over their discovery processes, predictable affordability, and total readiness for litigation response now and in the future—giving corporate legal teams the power to “know now” and not be in the dark on status or insights that will help them manage their case strategy. Please visit Zapproved at LegalTech New York at Booth 1400 from February 2-4, 2016.



By Guest Blogger: Zapproved, Inc

Mitratech’s Latest TeamConnect Release Delivers Significantly Improved User Experience

TeamConnect 4.1 includes re-designed global search, competitive bidding, and workflow enhancements.

AUSTIN, Texas, February 1, 2016 – Mitratech, the leading provider of enterprise legal management solutions, released the latest version of TeamConnect today. TeamConnect 4.1 includes a redesign and expansion of search capabilities, additional spend management features for outside counsel negotiations, and workflow enhancements – all designed to increase the usability of the system for legal department staff.


Specific enhancements in this latest TeamConnect release include:

  • Redesigned Global Search  – Global search has been redesigned to provide clients a more powerful – yet easier to use – experience, ultimately saving time and increasing user efficiency. The user experience now includes scalable, lightning-fast searches across all TeamConnect data.
  • Competitive Bidding for Outside Vendors – With the new enhancements, legal departments can now request multiple bids from any outside vendors, evaluate the submissions, and approve or reject them directly within TeamConnect. Once selected, the accounts from the approved vendor are applied to the budget for the matter. 
  • Increased Workflow Flexibility –The new workflow enhancements improve user experience and decrease administrative effort by increasing workflow configuration flexibility - allowing teams to do reassignments both permanently and temporarily and preventing approval of a workflow until a certain condition is met. 


With TeamConnect 4.1, Mitratech clients are also able to take advantage of Mitratech’s Upgrades Included Program, a free set of upgrade services first introduced to clients with the release of TeamConnect 4.0 last summer.  This program significantly lowers the total cost of ownership for TeamConnect clients. As the highest rated ELM platform in the industry, TeamConnect uniquely delivers powerful functionality and flexibility desired by complex legal departments while still being straightforward to implement, maintain, and upgrade.


“The release of TeamConnect 4.1 enhances our clients’ overall user experience and creates tangible value for the legal department,” said Mitratech CEO Jason Parkman.   “These new features, combined with our Upgrades Included Program, further delivers on our mission to make the legal department the best-run function in the organization by providing superior technology to manage the increasingly complex responsibilities of our clients.”


Mitratech will be at LegalTech®, the industry’s largest educational conference, February 2-4, 2016. Visit booth #334 or booth #1995 to meet the team and see a demo of TeamConnect 4.1 or any of our other leading legal software products.


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Mitratech is the market-leading provider of Enterprise Legal Management (ELM) solutions for more than 750 global legal departments of all sizes, representing 7 of the Fortune 10, almost 40% percent of the Fortune 500, and over 100,000 users in over 150 countries. Mitratech’s products are also used by over 11,000 of its clients’ external partners, including 99 of the Global 100 and 100 percent of the Am Law 200 law firms. Mitratech’s portfolio of ELM software solutions offer end-to-end matter management, spend management, e-Billing, legal hold, contracts management, GRC, and reporting solutions. Clients are able to prove demonstrable value creation for their organization by automating legal workflows, improving business outcomes through actionable data and insight, increasing collaboration with external partners, and reducing overall legal spend. To learn more, visit

By Guest Blogger: Mitratech

UBIC-Grand Opening of NYC Managed Review Center

UBIC Announces Grand Opening of Its Managed Review Center at Bryant Park in New York City.

New Review Center Expands UBIC’s Capacity for Review Services, Managed Review and Centralizes NY Office Space.

UBIC, a leading provider of international litigation support and big-data analysis services, announced today that it has opened a new flagship Managed Review center in New York. The official name of the center is “UBIC Managed Review Center at Bryant Park in New York City” and a grand opening event is taking place on-site on February 1st from 5:00 – 7:00 pm EST.

UBIC Review Center at Bryant Park in New York City details:

  • Location: Grace Building, 1114 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10110
  • Capacity: 180 seats, Modular Review Rooms for over a dozen small or 5 large secure workspaces (over 19,000 square feet)
  • Grand Opening Date: February 1, 2016
  • Function: Review Services, Managed Review, Project Management, Sales, Support Services

Clients and the media are welcome to the event on February 1st at 5:00 – 7:00pm EST and should contact to RSVP.

By Guest Blogger: UBIC

Stop the headache of expensive system-hopping

Stop the headache of expensive system-hopping

Some law practices use islands of automation to run their business. Hopping between these systems can cause inconsistencies. Having to re-enter the same data over and over – what a headache. These islands cost you overhead over and over again. 
BaseNet Director Ruud Pepping explains that  you can save on system administration, document management, financial administration, website (tools), email servers, SAAS applications,  integration costs and more with the integrated cloud-based solutions from BaseNet. 

You can do almost all your work in one integrated system, saving you the time of hopping between applications. Also it will cut down the work for fee-burners. 
Pepping says that a recent survey among clients of BaseNet proved that the integrated solution saves serious time. The average time saved on a weekly basis  is about 9 hours per laywer.

By Guest Blogger: BaseNet

Introducing: Proven Law practice software by BaseNet tailor-made for the US 

Introducing: Proven Law practice software by BaseNet tailor-made for the US 
BaseNet will attend  Legaltech for the first time and showcase its cloud-based solution for law firms. 
The state-of-the-art, innovative law practice software by BaseNet supports lawyers so they can do their daily work and communication with clients and prospects more efficiently and effectively. The integrated functionalities of the BaseNet software will give lawyers the ability to document more billable hours and a higher qualitative and quantitative result for their clients. 
Already thousands of lawyers are working with BaseNet. 
About BaseNet 
BaseNet is a Dutch  IT company based in Amsterdam (the Netherlands) specialized in cloud-based legal practice software, active in several countries in Europe and, since February 2016, in the U.S. 

By Guest Blogger: BaseNet