matteroTM recently launched their Premium package. While maintaining mattero’s ethos of simplicity, the Premium package is rich in advanced features that are intuitive and easy to use. Many of the features consist of collaborative and time-saving tools to further enhance the productivity of the user and help streamline a law firm’s own customer experience.
matteroTM is the new cloud-based practice management software from Mastrin, the creators of LawMaster. matteroTM is an intuitive legal software designed to simplify matters for start-ups, small law firms, barristers, and in-house legal teams.
"The release of Premium is a major milestone in the maturity and development of mattero. It's exciting to see so many of mattero's features come of age. mattero clients have had the opportunity to use and share their feedback on many Premium features over the past 12 months. Premium is rich in functionality and completes the suite of mattero's flexible package structure." said David Toohey, CEO of mattero.
"mattero Premium includes such features as Briefs, Advanced Document Management, Base Workflow tools and more," said Chris Porter, Chief Solutions Officer for mattero.
"A major drawcard to mattero is its ability to connect and integrate with other market-leading web-based applications. Apps such as Xero, Microsoft 365 or InfoTrack are fundamental to the operation of a small law firm," said Mr Porter.
"Premium strengthens the ‘integration’ theme even further with mattero's Zapier API integration. Zapier opens the door for law firms to connect with thousands of other web-based apps. They can link calendars, marketing tools, online booking forms or payment services directly to mattero. We’re excited about the limitless opportunities the Zapier API offers lawyers who subscribe to mattero’s Premium package.”
The following video highlights some of the key features of mattero’s Premium package.
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