legal practice management
In a tight business environment, any financial losses that can be prevented would obviously be invaluable for all firms wishing to maximise their profits.
Cloud-based software has seen rapid growth over the past few years within the consumer market where there has been an uptick in the use of cloud-based software such as Gmail and Dropbox. However, the larger point of interest for our purposes is whether the growth has also been replicated within the Australian legal market. There is no doubting the existence of a emergent market for cloud-based software solutions for lawyers, and although there are a number of issues that exist within the growing sector, the signs are there that we may be at the beginning of a revolution in how lawyers conduct their business via the cloud, with start-ups and small firms leading the way.
Infinitylaw, Softdocs and Firm Central all help meet the fundamental need to keep records without relying on paper. But what does “paperless” actually mean? And how does using these solutions for legal practice management or document automation help improve your business productivity?