The Tools You Need to Manage and Grow Your Firm
Date: Thursday, April 29, 2021
Time: 2:00pm ET | 11:00am PT
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Why doesn’t anyone tell the truth about being a modern attorney? It takes so much more than just understanding law or the latest court rules. Today, you’re also expected to manage a thriving firm, find new clients, troubleshoot IT problems, and master complex accounting.
You spend hours tracking invoices, billable time, firm productivity, and critical documents; that may get misplaced or lost in a computer failure or cybersecurity attack. Sometimes mistakes cost a little – but other times they could risk a malpractice claim.
You can tackle all those problems with a legal practice management solution that automates your workflows, updates your clients through a secure portal, captures every billable hour, prioritizes your tasks; and eliminates paper trails and other needless complexities.
Join this webcast to make sense of all the daily activities and data points captured by your firm and about your clients. Help your firm go beyond the mere case and matter management with management solutions that will allow you to instantly review the number of open cases, hours worked, profitable cases, top performers, trends, and profitable practice areas. Plus, you will also learn:
- How to turn operational data — such as cash flow or productivity — into strategic insights.
- How to leverage dashboards to track firm performance.
- Understand the difference between strategic and operational dashboards.
|Tomas Suros | Chief Solutions Architect | AbacusNext
Tomas Suros is a lawyer and technology advocate working at the intersection of law, IT, and client consulting. With AbacusNext since 2004, he currently serves as Chief Solutions Architect, guiding firms through the process of identifying forward-facing technology options and ensuring the successful implementation of a tailored solution. With a focus on practice automation and cybersecurity, Suros is dedicated to helping firms leverage technology to streamline their practices and protect their intellectual capital so they may remain focused on delivering the best possible outcomes for their clients. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and History from Tufts University and a Juris Doctor from University of California, Hastings College of the Law. He’s also a licensed attorney in California.
Can’t attend? Register here for an on-demand recording after the webcast.