Monday, December 10, 2012
Amicus Attorney Is In The Cloud
Amicus going to the cloud could be a good thing, and it could be a bad thing. Undoubtedly Amicus Attorney will eventually become a cloud only platform. If you are an Amicus user, or thinking about adopting Amicus keep this in mind.
The new product does require Microsoft exchange for email processing, which could big a big step up for small firms; and some reviewers report that the conversion process can be daunting. For the most part though the reviews of the Amicus cloud platform are most positive.
Amicus Attorney is created and sold by Gavel & Gown software. GG has done lots of great things in the PMS biz. It's transition to the cloud is a big deal. Over at the Legal Loudspeaker blog there is a great review of the new cloud platform. Please click here for a visit. Of course there is also plenty of additional info at the Amicus Attorney website.
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