Ever wonder why most small law firm management programs fail? Well, although they are a great invention and definitely aid in an easier workload daily, not everyone is jumping on board as quickly as you would think. Lawyers are very used to doing things the old fashion way. Some firms do take the first step in purchasing the software, but then never end up fulling using it, therefore they decide to stop paying for it and do things manually instead. Lawyers have many documents that are confidential and so they automatically think that by putting information on the computer it will somehow be hacked.
These management systems can also get costly, and although many users can work on the system at once while also keeping confidentiality with their documents, professionals get nervous about sharing a system because they think documents will need to be shared. For a smaller firm it is easier to train a few employees on the system, but for a larger firm it can get expensive to train everyone on a new system, and also, not everyone will be able to attend the training because they are too busy. With PracticePanther, training is included! Each user will be personally guided through how to use the simple software! Users are able to see what is offered and then figure out what they will want to use, what works best for them and their work.
Many professionals in this business do not have the proper training to work these softwares. Although now they are made super simple and easy to use like PracticePanther, as soon as they hear a computer is involved they think it will be more work instead of less! PracticePanther is a great way to simplify your workload and organize everything into one place! You are able to find your cases, invoices, documents and anything else you decide to add to your software wherever you are. PracticePanther works on to the go, very simple!
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