Sherman & Howard L.L.C. to Transform its Billing Processes Through eBillingHub
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TR logoThomson Reuters today announced that Am Law 200 law firm Sherman & Howard L.L.C. has selected eBillingHub®, the pioneer and leading electronic billing solution designed specifically for law firms, in order to update and improve its existing manual billing processes.

Sherman & Howard—which has more than 220 lawyers across its offices in Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Missouri, and New Mexico—has its roots in Denver, where it is the city’s oldest law firm. It serves a broad range of clients on a local, regional, and national basis, including individuals, privately held businesses, multi-national corporations, and government entities.

The adoption of eBillingHub will improve overall efficiency within the firm by simplifying and automating the e-billing process. As well as significantly reducing billing errors that can lead to rejections and write-offs, firms utilizing eBillingHub accelerate their cash flow by an average of 11 days.

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eBillingHub, part of the Thomson Reuters family of innovative solutions for professional services firms, integrates with 3E, Enterprise, and ProLaw® to provide a comprehensive and collaborative approach for preparing, submitting, tracking, and managing electronic invoices. eBillingHub delivers solutions to hundreds of clients, including more than 75% of the Am Law 200 firms and law firms of all sizes in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific, helping them to reduce errors in the electronic billing process. eBillingHub is a strong supporter of key industry standards as a member of the LEDES Oversight Committee and ILTA. 


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