Practice Management Software

Organize client and matter information

Practice management software organizes client and matter information, including contacts, calendars and timetables, documents, emails, and other information.

A central database is used to facilitate the sharing of information in the firm, with security to control access to the data.

When properly implemented, practice management systems can streamline your workflow and eliminate redundant entry of data into billing systems and word processing documents.

Practice management software can also accurately capture billable time, activity, communication records, and documents in a matter-centric system.

Designed to help your law practice to work faster, smarter, and to a higher level, law practice management software can be installed locally or be web-based.

How can you find the one best suited for your law firm?

At Amicus Consulting, we support a variety of case/practice management applications and can help you to select and implement a system that will meet your firm’s requirements. Our certified consultants support your Practice Management software needs with:

  • Practice analysis and software recommendations
  • Database setup and configuration
  • Installation services
  • Customization to meet your firm’s needs and practice requirements
  • Conversion into your new system
  • Integration with 3rd party billing, document management, and accounting systems
  • Initial and ongoing end-user training and assistance
  • Ongoing maintenance including upgrades, patches, and implementation of new features

At Amicus Consulting, our mission is to help you select and implement the software that will work best for your firm.