When you’re thinking about buying legal software, it’s important to remember to look for functions you frequently perform.
Discounts are a common write-down taken on a client invoice. You went the extra mile, recording all the hours and value for professional services you expended for your client. But, it adds up to more than your client might be able to afford. When you decide to offer a percentage discount on a single invoice or an on-going basis, why not do it the Easy way?
When you use “Easy TimeBill” legal software, you can select a client, select “discount,” and indicate a percentage discount for a single invoice or an on-going basis. Our legal billing software will calculate the full invoice, showing all of your hard work, and will then show a line for the discount applied and subtract the discount before calculating the amount due.
On the opposite end of the spectrum are those clients with overdue invoices. Assuming that your retainer agreement calls for finance charges on overdue invoices, why not allow our attorney billing software to automatically make that computation for you?
When you use “Easy TimeBill” legal software, you can select “finance charge” and input the percentage specified in your retainer agreement. Easysoft will make the calculation and input it onto the invoice, adding in the finance charge above the total amount due.
Spellcheck is that additional feature we’re so used to using that we made sure it was programmed as a feature in our law firm billing software. Why not make it Easy on yourself to spit-shine your invoices using the Easysoft built-in spellcheck feature?
At Easysoft, our legal software programmers try to think about all the details of your day, so that you can concentrate on the professional services you deliver to your clients. And our commitment doesn’t end with the last line of code. Easysoft technical support staff are just a phone call away, if you experience a question while using our software.
Once you start using our Easysoft legal software products, you’re going to wish you had an “Easy” button in all your other applications.