From the Wires
Law Firms Move Their Practices Into The Cloud
HoudiniEsq Legal Practice Management Suite Improves A Law Firm's Overall Efficiency
By: PR Newswire
Feb. 25, 2013 05:00 PM
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., Feb. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Earning a reputation as an innovator and the emerging leader in Legal Practice Management Software, LogicBit Software Corp. announced today that it has released a new version of its very popular Legal Practice Management Suite, HoudiniEsq.
This new release further extends the company's lead as the Cloud product of choice for Law Firms wishing to expand their business geographically while maintaining their data centrally; without the huge expense associated with corporate virtual private networks, and expensive options such as SharePoint says CEO Frank Rivera.
This new update to the software includes a fresh new mobile interface, custom intake forms that can be used by both staff and the firm's clients. Fully customizable Workflow Automation features that minimize errors and make staff more productive. The new update also provides improved seamless integration with QuickBooks, Word, Outlook, Excel, Google Drive & Google Calendar, CalendarRules.com, SoftFile.com, and the US Postal Service.
HoudiniEsq is a scalable web-based legal practice management suite that can be installed on-premise or accessed in the Cloud. Both options offer secure remote access to the firm's data and workflow. Over 6,500 organizations as large as 800 concurrent seats down to the solo practitioner have licensed HoudiniEsq in the last 24 months to manage their legal practice. The product runs entirely in a web browser on a PC, laptop, and just about every mobile device. HoudiniEsq on-premise is available free of charge for solo practitioners. Support and upgrades are always free.
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