Startup Retreats for a Remote Team - Part 3
In Part One of this series I covered the story behind NextChapter’s first retreat and the goals I had when planning this amazing team bonding adventure. Part Two was all about the infamous Team Day: the full agenda, activities and more. In this final piece of the series, I will talk about the other exercises and events on our schedule that helped us grow together as a team and also separately.
Startup Retreats for a Remote Team - Part 2
In Part One I talked about the WHY of our company retreat; the story behind NextChapter’s first retreat, goals for the retreat and getting started with the planning. In Part Two I will discuss the WHAT.
Startup Retreats for a Remote Team - Part I
Now that the Inaugural NextChapter Retreat has come to an end and I’ve had time to reflect, I would love to share highlights and tips for making your company retreat a rousing success in a three-part series I’m calling “Startup Retreats for a Remote Team”.
NextChapter Summer '16 Release Benefits
At NextChapter, we are driven by our user requests and that's why we were so excited last week to announce the NextChapter Summer '16 Release! Take a look at all the great benefits of this new release.
Summer '16 Release Notes
Over the past few months the NextChapter team has been working hard to add new features and improvements based on user requests to better enhance your filing experience. We are delighted to announce the NextChapter Summer ‘16 Release!
Getting Organized with Bankruptcy Clients
I was a paralegal for several years so I understand the daily operations in a law firm. Paralegals tend to spend most of their day tracking down client documents, inputting information into bankruptcy software and fighting off the interruption of client calls and pop-ins. I developed a few tips to get clients to respond more frequently and with the documents needed to get their bankruptcy filing started.
Let’s talk about Technical Support
Free technical support is crucial for the best user experience. Legal software should not be charging users for reporting bugs or asking questions about the program. At NextChapter we believe it's your right as a user to receive the best technical support and customer experience at no charge.