Scan Logic, the leader in simplifying law firm finance, today announces Rick Hellers has joined the company as chief revenue officer and equity partner. Hellers is responsible for evangelizing around using legal technology to streamline law firm financial operations and for driving growth in the business.
He will also work closely with the company's leadership team to develop and implement new products and services that meet the needs of law firms of all sizes.
By automating invoice submission, outside counsel guideline compliance and accounts payable and providing on-demand legal finance staff, Scan Logic reduces effort in finance operations while helping firms collect more, faster. “If anyone understands simplifying the complexity in law firm finance, it’s Rick,” says Scott McCarthy, Scan Logic’s co-CEO. “We could not be happier that he is bringing that experience to help our clients drive efficiency and profitability.”
Hellers served as an Am Law 200 CFO and as a consultant before co-founding nQueue to simplify the complicated and hardware-centric process of recovering expenses. “At nQueue, we built technology that revolutionized one element of law firm finance. Scan Logic’s offerings are equally transformative in the ways they simplify e-billing, guideline compliance and accounts payable,” says Hellers. Scan Logic’s solutions combine software, artificial intelligence, and human talent to provide the best outcomes.
Its newly rebranded offerings include:
In addition to his leadership roles in law firms and legal tech providers, Hellers has a long history of service to the community. He is a founding member of the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), a two-time finalist for its Innovative Thought Leader of the Year Award and he has spoken at ILTACON in each of the last five decades. Hellers has also served the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) on its Professional Development and Business Partners Advisory Committees and was the founder and executive director of the Association of Legal Technologists (ALT), which helped introduce legal design thinking to the industry.
“I’ve spent decades working to improve the finance function at law firms and I am thrilled to be continuing my lifelong journey here at Scan Logic. We are just getting started.”
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