Lawmatics continues to expand its Law Practice Management Software integrations with its new MyCase connection. This expands its already stacked list of integrations, which includes Clio, Filevine, PracticePanther, Rocket Matter, and Smokeball. Although a laundry list of integrations is not uncommon, the depth of them is. Lawmatics, once again, goes beyond integration-in-name-only and positions itself to complement, rather than rival.
Lawmatics as Client Relationship Manager
With all the new releases Lawmatics has had in the last year, one could easily see them as an LPMS. But, importantly for lawyers, they don’t see it that way. This has allowed them to work on integrations that are truly helpful. Their integrations are not just slapped onto the end of their software with little knowledge or forethought.
They have features like custom invoices, payment gateways, eSignature, document automation, and task management. But, these features are situated in the platform to help in the Client Relationship Management (CRM) stage. They are intended to complement the matter management phase, rather than awkwardly supplant it.
This means that, yes, a firm has the option to receive trust account funds and create custom invoices using Lawmatics. But, these functions integrate directly into the firm’s LPMS platform, as they will ultimately end up there.
It also means that information that isn’t necessary for matter management won’t clog a firm’s active matter database. Pre-matter tasks, certain custom fields, and answers to intake qualification questions usually don’t need to move into a firm’s LPMS.
Recently, our Legal Tech Advisor, Zack Glaser, sat down with Matt Spiegel, the founder and CEO of Lawmatics. They discussed the MyCase integration and the approach Lawmatics took.
Interview with Lawmatics
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Last updated December 2nd, 2022