September 01, 2016 GPSolo | Feature

Awesome Databases: Capture, Track, Share

Richard Marx

The approach to acquiring law practice software and technology often starts with questions such as: Who makes it? What does it cost? Is it in the cloud? Shouldn’t we buy “X” software? Will it work with “Y” software? Is it safe? Will we really use it? All are great questions for later. But first we should identify what will be needed to really get the job done—not one little piece, but the whole enchilada. It’s called a database. We put stuff in it, do stuff to it, and get stuff out of it. If we do it right, it makes us money, lots of money. The goal: Get everything we want and make it awesome.

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