ProLaw Cloud Hosting – The Ultimate Guide for Law Firms

ProLaw Cloud Hosting

ProLaw is a long-standing, powerful software suite for law firms. It provides practice management, document management and legal accounting to law firms across North America. Many firms rely on ProLaw to manage their law practice. Many law firms also look to the cloud for better data security, reliability and mobility. This prompts many law firms to explore ProLaw cloud hosting.

Who This Guide is For

This guide is for anyone that is using ProLaw (or planning to) and is considering ProLaw hosting options for their software and their firm. This includes:

  • Law Firm Partners that drive the IT strategy for their law firm
  • Law Firm Administrators that are charged with managing the firm’s technology
  • Law Firm IT Consultants that understand technology and are looking for solutions for their client’s applications

In this ultimate guide to ProLaw Cloud Hosting, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know to analyze, understand and potentially implement ProLaw cloud hosting.

  • Have 10 or more users (including attorneys and support staff)
  • Need a full-fledged Practice/Case Management system
  • Need some level of a Document Management System
  • Need accounting software (and don't want to use QuickBooks)
  • Client & Contact Management
  • Case / Matter Management
  • Calendaring
  • Conflict Checking
  • Task Management
  • Timekeeping
  • Billing & Invoicing
  • Business Accounting
  • Trust Accounting
  • Financial Reports
  • Document Assembly
  • Document Management
  • Are committed to ProLaw, and don’t want to change software
  • Need a comprehensive Practice Management solution (that most web apps don’t meet) and a cloud-based solution
  • Have a combination of devices including Windows PC’s, Apple devices, tables and others
  • Have multiple offices or employees that work from home
  • Need access to their ProLaw, other software, documents and email from anywhere
  • Are simply tired of dealing with servers and IT headaches
  • About the Author: Dennis Dimka
    Dennis Dimka is the CEO and founder of Uptime Legal Systems, North America's leading provider of technology, cloud and marketing services to law firms. Dennis is the author of Law Practice as a Service: How and Why to Move Your Law Firm to the Cloud, and was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist in 2016. Follow Dennis on LinkedIn.

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