We are pleased with the initial response we’ve received from so many law firm technologists around the country...
Eden Prairie, MN (PRWEB) April 15, 2015
Uptime Legal, the leading provider of Law Practice as a Service™ (LPaaS) to small and mid-sized law firms, today announced the Uptime Authorized Consultant (UAC) program. The announcement marks the formalization of relationships with legal technologists whose clients are significantly invested in their practice software and want to transition to a private cloud for efficient, cost-effective, and secure mobility.
To help ensure the success of the new UAC program, Uptime Legal announced the formation of an Advisory Board comprised of leading law office technologists from around the country whose clients use Amicus® Attorney, Juris®, Needles®, PCLaw®, ProLaw®, Tabs3®, Time Matters®, and Worldox® among others. The Advisory Board will help Uptime Legal develop a program that will benefit clients and consultants alike.
“We are pleased with the initial response we’ve received from so many law firm technologists around the country,” said Aaron Eittreim, Chief Business Development Officer. “These technologists are excited to be able to recommend a private cloud provider, with a proven track record, that is exclusively committed working with law firms.”
Uptime Legal’s LPaaS services include Uptime Practice™, a private cloud for legal software, documents, and Exchange email, and Uptime LegalWorks™, cloud-based document and email management. These products and services reduce infrastructure costs while increasing mobility and productivity.
About Uptime Legal Systems
Uptime Legal is the creator and leading provider of Law Practice as a Service (LPaaS) for small and mid-sized law firms. Named an Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Company in 2014, Uptime Legal is committed to helping lawyers practice better by providing unparalleled services and innovative cloud-based solutions that solve real-world challenges for law firms and legal professionals. Uptime Legal is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Learn more at http://www.uptimesystems.net