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DPS launches new secure, cloud-based practice management system

This new web-based system incorporates team and personal target management tools as well as all the benefits of the DPS case management software in one solution. It allows fee earners to record time, create attendance notes, dictate against a file, create emails from tasks and view their file history from any location with Internet access.

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By using this system, fee earners can bring all their caseload with them wherever they go. They can:

– pick up all incoming post on their mobile devices,

– open files straight from their emails,

– view all their matters,

– and enter key information while out and about.

Any data entered into this system will be automatically matched against the right file in DPS Outlook Office, saving users time and decreasing the risk of errors.

Being web-based, this application makes flexible working a reality, allowing its users to complete work from home or abroad, and bring employees back into the team who might otherwise be unable to travel into the office.

Security in the cloud

However, the system’s round-the-clock accessibility doesn’t compromise its security. This aspect is dealt with by using two-factor authentications so any user trying to log in will be required to enter more than a username and password. Operating based on a top level security model similar to the one used by banks, the new DPS system will ask for a unique number generated on the fee earner’s mobile phone on every login, at the first login or periodically, as required by the user.

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The system was specifically designed to be used on mobile devices.

As well as making client-related information readily available, the software also presents statistics on key performance indicators, such as:

– the number of matters closed

– matters opened

– and the amount of cash received. These stats can be viewed by fee earner or by department, depending on the user’s needs and his/her corresponding admin rights. The graphs complementing the data make it easy to digest while remaining easy to view on any tablet or smartphone connected to the Internet.

Our web-based practice management system offers its users access to the financial information corresponding to all clients and matters. They can thus:

– do bill requests

– raise eChits

– and look up client ledgers wherever they are.

Officially launched at DPS’s annual User Group Meeting which took place at the end of April, in London, this system has been especially designed for the practice that wants to deploy their IT solutions quickly and with the least amount of effort required from their part.

Osman Ismail, the Managing Director of DPS shared his thoughts on the new application: ‘’The reality is that people now work as much from home as they do from the office and with the move towards an “always on”, “always available” culture, they need technology that enables them to embrace this more open style of working. Our clients have been demanding this technology and we are pleased to be able to deliver it so soon. This new software product meets this demand in the most convenient way to the fee earner, merging his/her case management and email into one simple-to-use application.’’

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About us

DPS Software are one of the leading independent legal technology providers in the UK. Catering to the IT needs of over 600 practices and 15,000 individual users, DPS have built a strong and growing market position thanks to their award-winning practice management solution which includes legal accounting, case management and digital dictation software.

DPS are committed to becoming a realistic ‘one stop shop’ for the technology needs of the modern legal business. Their managed IT solution (dpscloud) is in use at over 130 law firms and ABSs across the country.

To learn more about the company please browse this website or visit www.dpscloud.com.

Added By: DPS Software | Date Added: 7th May 2015

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