Clio announces four new integrations to make lawyer’s lives easier

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16 June 2016


Clio 200Clio, the world’s leading cloud-based legal practice management provider, has released four new integrations this year to assist their users in the UK and Europe to run their legal practices more efficiently.

From client intake, to intellectual property agreements, and tracking every billable second, these new integrations allow legal professionals do more with their practice within Clio, further emphasising the company’s vision to not only assist law firms in their day-to-day practice management needs but to significantly simplify their operations and help them grow their practice.

Derek Fitzpatrick, general manager for Clio EMEA, had this to say: “As Clio’s customer base in the UK and Europe grows our integration strategy helps to connect them with some amazing software designed for the specific needs of their practice.

“Previously many of these integrations had only been available to our North American users so we’re delighted to be able to work so closely with our platform partners to make them available for our users in Europe.”

These new integrations include partnerships with the following:

Alt Legal

Alt Legal is the fastest and easiest way to prepare, file, and manage intellectual property. Developed by lawyers and paralegals, it’s trusted by global law firms, boutique firms, and corporate legal departments to handle thousands of filings daily. With this integration, customers can sync their IP filings, client information, and billing with the rest of their practice in Clio.

Halo NBI

Halo NBI is a client intake app that allows lawyers to process new clients and matters quickly, efficiently, and accurately. Halo NBI mitigates Customer Due Diligence risks by performing conflict, anti-money laundering, and identity checks along with risk assessments of each new client entered into Clio.

Halo NBI also integrates with Hubspot, the leading inbound marketing platform, and InfoTrack, the search platform of choice for many conveyancing solicitors.

Chrometa

Chrometa captures every minute of your day for you. From computer-based time like email and web research, to smartphone calls, it’s all captured passively for you with Chrometa’s time trackers. Time entries can then be connected to your Clio matters and exported back into Clio for billing.

Clocktimizer

Clocktimizer creates powerful visual reports that are easy to understand, providing you with one-page insights into your matters and clients on the basis of your time tracking data.

Compare fees across matters to create fee quotes and make data-driven decisions with the Clocktimizer drilldown tool.

In addition to these integrations Clio has also added a Matter budgets feature, which allows users to set a budget for any new cases they open, once a user-defined percentage of the budget has been reached Clio will notify you via email.

UK and European law firms can now combine Clio with 14 other online services directly and hundreds of others using Clio’s API, making Clio the most integrated legal software available, letting users choose the tools they’re most comfortable with.

These new integrations and improvements further empower Clio customers to do more with their practice and put technology to work for them.

To learn more about Clio’s integrated suite of solutions, visit www.clio.co.uk.



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