If your firm uses AbacusLaw, it might pay to become acquainted with its recent release.
For those unfamiliar with the software, here's a quick primer. AbacusLaw is designed for law firms. It is an all-in-one software system that allows you to manage your practice. You can organize contacts, calendars, cases, documents, forms, billing, and accounting through one system.
There is a new upside too. With the recent update, syncing with your mobile app is now easier. What do you need to know to make the most out of your software?
The new release highlights functionality. And it's a boon for attorneys who are on the go.
- Sync your contacts and manage your calendar: If your smartphone has AbacusSync now you can easily keep all your contact information up-to-date. AbacusSync is available on many devices and requires a monthly subscription. Using the program you can easily access your calendar and your contact list when you're not in the office.
- Simplified billing processes: This latest update brings along integration with credit card processing system X-Charge. Now you can get paid without delay.
- Databases are more organized: Prospective clients can now be separated into a separate database. When they migrate from "prospective" to "current" you can easily switch them into your client database.
- New tabs for a new year: Now the software also includes Facts and Exhibits tabs. This allows for even faster and easier organization of your case documents.
The new release features additional enhancements including new search functions, different calendar views, and the ability to run reports for closed years. But for mobile attorneys, AbacusLaw 2012's sync function may be of most interest. What attorney doesn't like having a completely updated version of their calendar and contacts at their fingertips?
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