In recent years, practice management software has become big business for legal technology. However, many firms are just beginning to feel less anxious about placing sensitive information into a cloud-based system and are starting to fully realize the productivity and security benefits of using cloud-based practice management (CPM) services. Whether it’s the cost saving benefits from removing expensive server upkeep or the increases in client satisfaction through advanced client portals, CPM software appears to be the way of the future. Consider these elements as you approach your evaluation of these powerful and all-inclusive software offerings.
Understanding the difference between case management, firm management and practice management software is an important first step. These terms can sometimes run together and are often times used interchangeably on vendor websites and news articles. Legaltech News spoke with Joshua Lenon, the lawyer in residence at Clio, to better understand the distinctions.
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