Zola Suite is a cloud-based, mobile-friendly Law Practice Management Software (LPMS) platform with exceptional design and user experience. It features mobile apps, fully-integrated billing and accounting, two-way synced email, and robust document management capabilities.
For Law Practice Management Software, the following are essential features, and you should therefore expect to see a check in every box in this section.
Based on 18 Reviews
The web application is built to be desktop and mobile responsive. So you should be able to use it with ease no matter which device you’re on. Alternatively, you can download apps for iOS and Android, if you are so inclined. What's more, as an added benefit, the mobile apps even have touch ID authentication, adding an extra layer of security.
Zola Suite pricing starts at $59 per user/month for Core or, $79 and $89 per user per month (billed annually) for Enterprise and Enterprise Plus respectively.
Each pricing tier comes with free onboarding and training, as well as customer service, as often as you need. Zola also offers a 10-day free trial so you can see how it suits you and your practice before you buy.
Although no platform is immune to nefarious action, Zola, for its part, employs modern security methods to protect data both at-rest, and in-transit. They also offer two-factor authentication, which administrators should make sure all users are taking advantage of.
Yes. Zola has two-way sync with Office 365 Calendar, which means you can set and edit events from either calendar. Additionally, a MS Word plugin allows users to integrate document management features such as tagging, versioning, and commenting. And, lastly, but certainly not least, it has an Outlook plugin that allows users to track time from Outlook, save emails directly into Zola, and attach documents from Zola directly to outbound messages.
Yes. Zola has a real-time sync with Gmail, and a two-way sync with Google Calendar. Which means actions you take in either platform will be migrated to the other.
Zola can handle all but the most extreme trust accounting scenarios. It includes evergreen retainer capabilities, as well as split origination, and very thorough reporting.
Yes. Zola Payments allows LawPay users to accept payments for retainers, or invoices via credit card, through the client portal.
No. At the time of this review, Zola Suite does not integrate with Zapier.
Yes. Although it is not a no-code application, Zola document automation is pretty powerful for a built-in solution. Additionally, with the MS Word plugin, it acts more like an on-premises solution than a cloud-based app.
Yes, as a browser-based application, Zola is compatible with both PC and Mac computers. Additionally, users can access their data through native iOS and Android apps for mobile devices.
Document Management. Zola’s document management features include a version control system, which allows for commenting per document and version. It also provides for secure document sharing through its portal, one-click emailing, easy to use folder hierarchies, and more.
Free Onboarding and Training. If you’re nervous about transitioning your firm to a new LPMS platform, you can rest a little easier with Zola Suite. They provide unlimited free training and onboarding at any pricing tier. Although it’s not always easy to find time to set-up your system, you should always be able to find help.