Lawyers from the Atlantic provinces, B.C. and elsewhere in Canada are increasingly writing to us in recent months about the level of service we've been providing when it comes to legal accounting software and practice management, which we consider to be our bread and butter because we merge both facets of the business into a single tool.
Toronto-based Criminal defence lawyer Chris Sewratten made the jump to include uLaw Practice into his daily operations less than one year ago. We are happy to declare that we received a 5/5 of every metric.
"Customer service is excellent and very friendly. The cost cannot be beat," writes Sewratten, who just recently sent us a testimonial after using the software between 2016 and 2017.
Most of our customers are legal practitioners, administrators or clerical staff who are in some way responsible for complying with numerous regulatory obligations set out by legal societies in jurisdictions across the country. We understand that legal accounting is no joke; so our mission is to make this process as painless as possible by automating, collating and streamlining these procedures with advanced computational technology that prepares just about everything an auditor could ever possibly ask from a legal or paralegal firm.
Not everybody is highly computer literate, and we put a huge amount of effort into customer satisfaction of the software we provide so that you're able to figure things out without having a conniption. This means we take the time to provide one-on-one coaching for users to fully understand and utilize the tools we work hard to provide so lawyers can automate a great deal of what is required throughout their day to day clerical operations.
"The cloud based nature of the software makes it easy to use over many platforms," Sewratten writes, making reference to our heavy use of cloud-based computing.
If you're interested in rapidly changing the way you handle the accounting of your firm into the future, we recommend trying out our 30-day free trial of the software, with no strings attached. The most we're asking of you is to cancel if you don't like it.