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- Murphy & Grantland uses ProLaw to connect all aspects of their organization
Aiming to take its technological foundations to the next level, U.S. law firm Murphy & Grantland P.A. will be adopting ProLaw®, the business management technology solution designed for small to mid-size law firms. The firm also has purchased eBillingHub® as part of the multi-product deal.
Since its founding in 1997, Murphy & Grantland has been singularly focused on providing the highest quality of legal services with uncompromising integrity and uncommon value. Based in Columbia, South Carolina, and with a team of 27 attorneys and growing, the firm supports clients across the state with the full range of their legal needs.
In selecting the market-leading finance and practice management solution from Thomson Reuters, Murphy & Grantland was drawn to the powerful capability of ProLaw to bring together all aspects of the firm within a single, unified system and user-friendly interface. In a single location, the firm now has immediate access to documents, case details, billing history, invoicing status, and a comprehensive contact database, as well as a range of other critical business, financial, and matter information and powerful analytics tools and reports.
As part of its technological upgrade, the firm also will be adopting eBillingHub, the pioneer and leading electronic billing solution from Thomson Reuters designed specifically for law firms, to transform [and further digitize] its billing processes. In addition to seamlessly integrating with ProLaw, eBillingHub will enable the firm to access a robust rules capability based on the industry’s most robust database of corporate legal billing guidelines. The system contains more than 16,000 discrete billing rules from more than 7,000 corporate legal departments, helping to reduce errors and speed payments.
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