LexisNexis Offers “Hat Trick” of Business Tools to Small Law Firms

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LexisNexis Legal & Professional announced that the LexisNexis Firm Manager team is offering a new bundle combining three business services – secure online practice management, Microsoft Office 365™ productivity software and web hosting from – that small law firms typically need to launch or grow a law practice.

Specifically the “Better Together Bundle” provides small law firms discounted pricing for the first year on the following:

  • 40% discount on a Firm Manager subscription with an annual contract
  • 50% discount on MSRP for Microsoft Office 365™ Small Business Premium software
  • GoDaddy domain hosting with a “business” website builder and $100 in Bing® pay-per-click advertising credits at no additional charge

Among other benefits, that integration with Firm Manager permits bi-directional synchronization between calendar tools in both products and an app that enables attorneys and legal professionals to save documents generated in Microsoft products to the Firm Manager application in the cloud. For example, an attorney can save a document created in Microsoft Word to a client file or matter created in the law firm’s Firm Manager account. The Firm Manager application has just recently been added to the Microsoft Apps for Office online store.

“Firm Manager is a solid practice management tool for solo and small firms,” wrote Heidi S. Alexander, a Law Practice Management Advisor with Massachusetts law Office Management Assistance program (Mass LOMAP) in a Firm Manager review published on Attorney at Work. “With new features forthcoming, a demonstrated commitment to product development and an eye toward user experience, this product will only get better.”

Specific terms and conditions for the “Better Together Bundle” may apply. Legal professionals interested in details of the offer should register for a free 15-day trial of the Firm Manager product using the promotion code “MSOFFER” at the following website:
Offer expires June 30, 2015.

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