New Client Takes Advantage of ProLaw XII’s Robust Functionality to Boost Efficiency
Thomson Reuters Elite today announced that Denenberg Tuffley has chosen ProLaw® XII, the leading One Office™ financial and practice management solution, to maximize efficiency, streamline workflow and enhance accounting and reporting capabilities.
Denenberg Tuffley is a national law firm that represents global clients in litigation involving policies of property, casualty, and environmental insurance.
“Ultimately, we were looking for a complete practice and financial management solution that could, above all else, provide us with dependability,” said Denenberg Tuffley Administrator Terri Spitzig. “We are confident that ProLaw XII’s single database accomplishes that goal and beyond. By having accounting, reporting, case and document management, and Outlook® all integrated with ProLaw XII, our firm benefits from the flexibility we need to run effectively.”
The firm selected ProLaw XII to organize and automate all its accounting needs, including managing general ledger, accounts payable, and accounts receivable functions, all within a single solution. The firm is also impressed by ProLaw’s centralized case and document management that lets attorneys access and share the most up-to-date information quickly and conveniently.
Because ProLaw XII is built entirely on legal industry-standard .NET® platform, it is optimized to work with Microsoft™ technologies with seamless interoperability. Integration of Microsoft’s premier SQL® reporting platform provides more powerful standard reporting features and customizable options that make it easy to drill down to details without having to start from scratch. Attorneys can directly access ProLaw information from Outlook, so they can effortlessly store and share calendars, documents, and attorney notes.
“Denenberg Tuffley needed a new solution to meet specific requirements, and its selection underscores the goal of ProLaw XII—to help firms manage, analyze, and share information across the business to operate more profitably,” said Thomson Reuters Elite President Cary Burch. “As opposed to relying on multiple solutions to separately manage front- and back- office requirements, many firms such as Deneneberg Tuffley greatly benefit from a fully-integrated, single solution.”
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