See Also: Accounting Software
Practice Management Software
The practice management software field is competitive and somewhat crowded. We have listed the principal companies providing practice management software together with a brief analysis of what they offer.
Firm Central is the enhanced version from TR that provides a suite of practice management tools, including a centralised matter management dashboard permitting ease of management for documents, events and communications, along with billing software and custom forms for document creation and management. The revised version of Firm Central also has the advantage of permitting access to the full TR/Westlaw tools and resources, thus providing a significant advantage in research and law application.
Website: Firm Central
OneLaw is a relatively recent arrival on the practice management front, having started in Christchurch in 2009. It emphasises its New Zealand origins and support and the fact that it relies on a simple system that is not “bogged down” by additional, unnecessary and often expensive features.
The Product: Focused on a ‘best of breed’ philosophy OneLaw offers OnePractice, a legal accounting and practice management system; OneDesktop, which is a document and email management system embedded into Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Word and OneAuthor, a document template and assembly package.
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A flexible, multi-platform practice management system with comprehensive training and support, JuniorPartner has firmly established itself as a leading supplier of practice management software.
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