Simple one-click batch invoicing and invoice reminders now available in product that dramatically simplifies entire billing and collection process
NORTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – April 8, 2014 – CosmoLex, a cloud-based legal billing and trust accounting software, today announced major updates to the product designed to simplify daily administrative office tasks, allowing lawyers to more fully focus on the practice of law.
CosmoLex is the first cloud-based legal billing system to integrate 100 percent of trust accounting features – including check printing and bank reconciliation – on the market today. With these latest enhancements, users can personalize email containing invoices or even invoice reminders just one-click.
In addition to batch invoicing, CosmoLex now has the following additional capabilities:
“Our business model is simple – to compete against ourselves, providing better products and services each month to our clients,” states Dr. Rick Kabra, CEO and founder of CosmoLex. “This latest enhancement is exciting because our team talked to solo and small lawyers and listened to what they need to make their daily lives easier and have less administrative tasks to perform. While all these new features play an important role, we are especially excited to be able to provide the functionality for our users to invoice all their clients with just one click. And, with the templates provided within the product, they are really able to still make their emails look and feel personalized.”
CosmoLex was officially launched to the legal industry in late March and has since signed on many new users and has received positive feedback from industry thought leaders, veterans, and experts.
CosmoLex is a leader in cloud-based software for lawyers. The company was founded by Dr. Rick Kabra, who has worked for many years in the legal software industry, catering to the specialized technology needs of small to mid-sized law firms. CosmoLex integrates time tracking, billing and trust accounting functions, allowing lawyers to focus on the practice of law.