OneLaw welcomes its 50th site

October 15, 2015 at 8:43 AM

We are pleased to announce 50 New Zealand firms have now made the move to OneLaw.  With individual users nearing 500, we are confident the numbers speak for themselves and show the strength and robustness of OneLaw’s suite of Practice Management solutions.

Founded in 2009 by a collective of legal professionals, designers, software engineers and entrepreneurs, OneLaw has grown through a network of client referrals.  Believing that a good thing is always worth sharing, the OneLaw client community are strong advocates of the product.

Continuous development and regular client feedback and suggestions ensure OneLaw’s range of Practice Management solutions continue to meet the changing needs of the New Zealand legal industry.

OneLaw prides itself on the simplicity of use of its systems without compromising on functionality and effectiveness.  A familiar user interface and intuitive usability ensures the system is easy to learn within minimal training or support.  This key difference guarantees the move to OneLaw will generate very little disruption to Practices and their staff.  Once installed, the OneLaw system requires no additional configuration and Practices are up and running on day one, with less than a day of catch up processing required.  Providing an end-to-end Practice Management System that has been developed specifically for New Zealand law firms, OneLaw is a powerful business tool for the modern lawyer.

Reaching this milestone has reiterated the industry demand for New Zealand law firms to have a Practice Management System that is easy to use, without compromising on power and functionality.  OneLaw would like to take this opportunity to thank their development team, support staff, founding shareholders and, of course, their dedicated clients, without whom none of this would have been possible.

 



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