ioRefer Platform Now Available for Streamlining Legal Referrals

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Legal Tech firm, Legal Services Link has launched a new software solution that streamlines the internal referral and matter staffing processes for law firms, bar associations, and legal referral groups. ioRefer™ Referral Software replaces the traditional and ineffective processes with an efficient, online process that allows attorneys to quickly send client referrals and matters to all relevant attorneys at one time, facilitating a seamless connection with the best attorneys available to handle the matter.

Attorney and ioRefer co-founder, Matthew Horn, had this to say about the software: “Larger law firms rely on ineffective, outdated, manual processes to refer and staff client matters within the firm. ioRefer changes that, automating and streamlining the referral and staffing processes.

Legal Tech firm, Legal Services Link has launched a new software solution that streamlines the internal referral and matter staffing processes for law firms, bar associations, and legal referral groups. ioRefer™ Referral Software replaces the traditional and ineffective processes with an efficient, online process that allows attorneys to quickly send client referrals and matters to all relevant attorneys at one time, facilitating a seamless connection with the best attorneys available to handle the matter.

ioRefer incorporates an interactive referral database that allows attorneys to quickly post, distribute, and respond to referral and staffing needs postings—at the click of a button. In addition to the database, ioRefer also incorporates a comprehensive, intuitive, private attorney directory for each of its clients, which allows attorneys to quickly and easily identify and connect with their colleagues whether in the office, or on the go. By keeping all matters within the firm and all attorneys busy, ioRefer helps law firms improve attorney productivity and increase revenue, client satisfaction, and retention.

Attorney and ioRefer co-founder, Matthew Horn, had this to say about the software: “Larger law firms rely on ineffective, outdated, manual processes to refer and staff client matters within the firm. Many times, this leads to client matters either being sent outside the firm or not properly staffed. As an attorney, I experienced these issues first hand, and heard the same complaints from others. ioRefer changes that, automating and streamlining the referral and staffing processes, while at the same time making the attorneys at the firm more interconnected with their colleagues.”

The ioRefer platform is powered by the same technology underlying the proven Legal Services Link platform, which state bar associations, like the State Bar of Arizona, use to facilitate attorney-client connections in their state.

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About ioRefer
ioRefer is a new software platform and online application that manages and streamlines the legal referral and staffing process for law firms, bar associations, and legal referral groups. ioRefer is owned and operated by Legal Services Link. ioRefer utilizes Legal Services Link’s proven and extensive platform technology to deliver advanced legal referral functionality, with complete visibility from identification to reporting. For more information, visit http://www.ioRefer.com, or call 844-LAW-EASY (529-3279). Follow the company on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.

About Legal Services Link
Legal Services Link provides the first legal technology platform and mobile app that automates the client/attorney matching process, expediting public access to legal services while also helping lawyers expand their client base. The service is free for consumers. Attorneys pay a small annual fee for the ability to apply for an unlimited number of client opportunities. For more information, visit http://www.LegalServicesLink.com, view the overview video, or call 844-LAW-EASY (529-3279). Follow the company on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

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