More and more businesses are moving to the cloud. There is a range of benefits of using the cloud, including cost savings and streamlined processes. Your law firm is no exception. Use software that is accessible from anywhere to become more flexible and appealing to modern clients. NextChapter is a cloud-based legal application and was the first true cloud-based bankruptcy software for attorneys. Here’s an overview of the benefits of using the cloud, and how your quality of life can be improved from using cloud-based bankruptcy software.
Meet Kelly Oldiges, one of NextChapter's bright Customer Success Specialists. Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Kelly resides in Columbus and works out of our office in the Short North. She received her Bachelor's degree from the University of Northwestern Ohio and a Master's degree from Bowling Green State University.
One of the most effective ways to discover how to grow and improve your practice is with client feedback. Understanding the customer experience allows you to assess if what you’re doing is working while giving clients an avenue to share their positive experiences about working with you. The Net Promoter Score, or NPS, is a valuable tool for any law firm. Learn how this popular metric can give you greater visibility into your customer experience.
NextChapter is changing the way bankruptcy attorneys use software. Our innovations have already made big impacts in the industry, streamlining processes and freeing up time for attorneys and paralegals to focus on building their practice and connecting with clients. Launched in 2016, NextChapter has since transformed the process of preparing, managing, and filing bankruptcy cases. NextChapter is a cloud-based application that speeds up paperwork and information gathering with a revolutionary linear model and innovative case management tools.
One of the most effective ways to stay on top of the legal tech game and trends in the industry is through social media. Twitter is one of the most popular platforms out there, where leaders and experts in the legal world share their thoughts and give advice. You can also engage in conversations with other attorneys about what’s trending, so Twitter can be the perfect resource for lawyers looking to stay tech-savvy and relevant. Here’s a mix of thought leaders and legal blogs we think you need to know about in 2020.