The simple fact that you are considering a practice management program means that your firm has reached a pain point that makes work difficult on a regular basis—matter-related contacts, e-mails, notes, documents, etc. are scattered among various software programs and computers; attorneys must “recreate the wheel” when they can’t find a particular document so productivity suffers; billable hours are lost when they aren’t captured in real time. Inefficiencies like these cost you a bundle in client service and profitability every day. There are many excellent practice management programs out there. Here’s what you need to consider before investing in one of them.
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