CosmoLex marketing director Joshua Goldberg says his company’s cloud-based legal practice management software can help overcome five common challenges law firms face.
The New Jersey-based technology company provides software that integrates business and trust accounting, time tracking, billing, calendars, and email and document management for small and mid-sized law firms to enable lawyers to manage and run an entire web-based practice.
“It was a natural progression when we made the move to the Canadian market because of the parallels between the unique challenges that Canadian law firms face and the features and capabilities that CosmoLex offers,” tells AdvocateDaily.com. “We’re a fully integrated solution. The business accounting is there, as well as the trust accounting, and for us, the main driver was to add Canadian-specific compliance along with some of the other reporting pieces needed to submit to the various law societies.
“We’ve had great success in Canada over the past 18 months,” he says.
CosmoLex serves more than 110,000 legal professionals globally, with “hundreds” of law firms in Canada already on board, he says.