Integration shouldn't be limited to transmitting your work-product-data to your client's platforms. CaseAware Integrate (CAI) goes beyond status reporting and traditional data integrations, enabling your firm to optimize business processes, reduce costs, and expedite timelines. CAI offers over 60 vendor integrations--today we're showcasing a legal description integration that uses BOTH Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Optical Character Recognition (OCR), delivering immediate value in your business process.
Still typing legal descriptions into your CMS and leaving the identity of your real estate transaction in the hands of data entry?
Then we'd like to introduce you to NetXtract.
Have integration compatibility but you’re only using it for status reporting to your client? Don’t stop there!
Integration doesn’t have to be for the sake translating your work to your client’s platforms. CaseAware Integrate (CAI) is the technological solution to allow our industry’s ecosystem to effectively communicate with various applications and industry partners. CAI allows you to optimize your business processes, reduce your cost and expedite timeline cycles. However, these benefits are all contingent with implementing the right integration with the right partner.
Too often, our law firms are overly consumed with daily challenges of trying to turn a profit instead of focusing on building the business or practicing law. If you’re a master chef, you shouldn’t spend all of your time clearing tables. For this feature update, we’ve selected 4 strategic vendor-partners that help firm’s transform their practice with their value-added services and leveraging CAI to streamline the process.
We’ve done your homework for you—read about our 4 vendor-partners with services every law firm needs, ROI Evaluation, Value Add Analysis and Steps to Implement.
Ready to integrate? If you are a current CaseAware user, open a new support ticket or contact your CaseAware Account Manager if you are a Silver or Gold subscriber.
As seen in Legal League 100 Quarterly | Spring 2019
By Jan Duke, COO
In an environement of shrinking referral volume and increased operational costs, firms are always looking for ways to reduce expenses. With promised ease and increased efficiencies, integrations and automations are the immediate 'go-to' solutions. If smartly implemented, both initiatives reveal amazing results and make good on their promis; however, poor execution quickly results in costly obligations. When integtations and automations are critical to the succuss of any firm, it pays to take your time and do it right. Use the following steps to guide your decisions and yield the best results.
Download an abbreviated version of the Spring 2019 issue of the Legal League 100 Quarterly to read the complete article.
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