CHICAGO, Oct. 11, 2019 — Just published by the American Bar Association, “Worldox In One Hour for Lawyers, Third Edition” makes attorneys as productive as possible while using their document management system. Bestselling ABA author and law firm technology expert John Heckman reveals how to make the most of the many new features added to Worldox GX4 in its 2019 update, including the changes to Outlook integration and a new document indexer.
A computer is not a filing cabinet, and the outdated ways most firms organize their files wastes time and money. When law firms decide to make the investment in a document management system, particularly in Worldox, they are creating a structured Google for their information. “Worldox In One Hour for Lawyers, Third Edition” helps attorneys make the all-or-nothing switch, assists them in configuring and customizing their files to work for the firm and teaches shortcuts to maximize the program.
This new edition includes notes, tips and best practices on the Worldox GX4 update, teaching lawyers to tailor these applications for firm-specific needs. This guidebook emphasizes how to use Worldox to make your document library fast, efficient and mobile while complying with regulatory measures, and includes lessons on troubleshooting and mastering advanced topics.
Heckman has worked in the legal industry for more than 30 years and with Worldox for 20 years. He formed Heckman Consulting in 1997. He is a member of the Worldox “Inner Circle,” composed of what Worldox considers to be its senior consultants. His blog “Does It Compute?” is a widely read source and is mentioned on the official Worldox website. Heckman’s articles have been widely published by Technolawyer and reprinted in many publications.
Title: “Worldox In One Hour for Lawyers, Third Edition”
Publisher: ABA Publishing
Product Code: 5110830
Size: 7 x 10, Paperback and eBook
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