Saturday, January 17, 2015

Microsoft About To Launch Law Practice Management Sfotware

Leave it to Robert Ambrogi to break another big legal technology story. Microsoft is going to launch its own law practice management software.  Over at his Law Sites blog Robert details Matter Center for Office 365.  Microsoft describes the program as an intuitive document management and collaboration solution accessible from any device at any time, all delivered in a secure and easy-to-manage package. Lawyers will be able to organize files by client and matter, review documents, and find information when needed without ever leaving Microsoft Word or Outlook. 

Looks like the the target date for the release is April, 2015. Want to learn more, click here for Robert's post.

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Anonymous said...

This is not a breaking story. Microsoft announced Matter Center in July of 2014 and gave demos at ILTA in Nashville in September.

Jennifer Davies said...

I'm excited to see what kind of a change this can make to law firms. Anything that makes handling paperwork easier is a major help. Hopefully the software works well enough to take the sales I'm sure will follow.

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