eBillingHub and Lawtrac Integration Advances Electronic Billing Processes for Law Firms and their Law Department Clients
LOS ANGELES, August 2, 2013 – eBillingHub and LT Online Corporation today announced a new integration to benefit their joint clients with streamlined e-billing processes. eBillingHub’s Web-based legal e-billing solution has been tightly integrated with Lawtrac, LT Online’s matter management system designed specifically for legal department litigation, to benefit clients with increased automation and more efficient work-to-cash cycles.
LT Online introduced Lawtrac as a robust, easy-to-use matter management system to create value for corporate legal departments in a variety of ways, including cost savings, improved relationships with law firms, and a number of strategic benefits derived from more complete information. By integrating with eBillingHub’s powerful electronic billing software, Lawtrac has strengthened e-billing capabilities to help joint law firm clients better manage their receivables.
“For more than 25 years, Lawtrac has successfully provided the leading-edge technology corporate legal departments need, and partnering with the leader in the e-billing market is crucial to our continued success,” said Frank Orzo, President of LT Online Corporation. “eBillingHub seamlessly integrates with Lawtrac to deliver unmatched billing ease for law firms that have relationships with Lawtrac clients.”
“Our integration with Lawtrac is indicative of eBillingHub’s commitment to make the e-billing process as straightforward as possible” says Carlos Seoane, general manager of eBillingHub. “Electronic billing brings many unexpected requirements, and with a tight integration between eBillingHub and Lawtrac, the process is optimized for all parties involved, reducing errors, manual input and rework.”
eBillingHub, part of the Thomson Reuters Elite family of innovative solutions for professional services firms, provides a comprehensive and collaborative approach for preparing, tracking, submitting and managing the e-billing process. Unlike tools used by law firms to create LEDES invoice files, eBillingHub simplifies the e-billing process by integrating a law firm’s time and billing software with multiple e-billing vendors, which are often specified by a firm’s clients. By streamlining and reducing the complexity and administrative costs of the process, eBillingHub helps firms efficiently and effectively manage the e-billing process and ultimately improve cash flow. eBillingHub is a platform-agonistic solution that integrates with any time and billing system. For more information, visit eBillingHub.
About LT Online Corporation
LT Online Corporation, is based in New York. Its Lawtrac product has been assisting corporate legal departments since 1984 by enabling in-house legal departments to maintain all types of legal matters associated with managing and running a profitable company. Lawtrac Online is the most-widely used software product specifically designed for corporate law departments – enabling law departments to manage matters, expenses, documents, records and conduct e-billing all in one Web-based application. For more information, visit Lawtrac.
Thomson Reuters Elite is part of the Legal business of Thomson Reuters and offers an end-to-end enterprise business management solution that allows law firms and professional services organizations to run all operational aspects of their firms including business development, risk management, client and matter management, and financial management. For more information, visit Elite.
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