Maximize Your Investment with Additional ProLaw Offerings

Enhance your ProLaw functionality with the addition of several innovative solutions. These powerful add-on products are designed to simplify electronic billing, improve credit card processing, make legal research a breeze, and more.

Discover how these products can maximize your investment in ProLaw:

BiPro  - Zero in on actionable information with a visual financial dashboard detailing seven Key Performance Indicators critical to firm profitability. Developed by Advanced Legal, BIPro™ provides visibility into firm financials so decision makers can spend more time taking action and less time interpreting reports.


ClientPay for ProLaw  - Improve client relations by accepting credit card payments. ClientPay™ for ProLaw, powered by BankCard Services Worldwide, provides credit card processing with less time-consuming and cumbersome processes usually associated with processing credit cards.


Xcelerate Financial Reporting and Budgeting/Forecasting - Gain the insight you need to plan with confidence. Powered by OLAP Vision, Xcelerate is a web- and Microsoft® Excel®-based solution for the reporting, budgeting, and forecasting of operating expenses, timekeeper revenue, timekeeper compensation, and capital expenditures.


eBillingHub® - Simplify electronic invoice submittal, status tracking, and payment processing with the first and only electronic billing solution designed specifically for law firms.


Westlaw Legal Calendaring Rules - Combine the powerful docketing and case management capabilities in ProLaw with Westlaw Legal Calendaring Rules for the most comprehensive legal calendaring solution. By utilizing the extensive legal content expertise of Thomson Reuters, you can expect more rules sets and the most technologically advanced solution available.


Westlaw - Speed up your legal research.


Westlaw QuickView+® -Track Westlaw usage and create cost transactions that can be easily billed back to clients.


Microsoft Office - Enable lawyers to work seamlessly between ProLaw and Microsoft Outlook or Word, accessing and saving correspondence, case materials, and more between programs.


 

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