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Amicus Attorney est une solution de gestion disponible dans le cloud et sur site qui permet aux cabinets juridiques de rationaliser l'ensemble du cycle de vie des cas, de la création de documents à la facturation des clients. Cette solution propose un module de calendrier qui permet aux professionnels de partager et de mettre à jour leurs rendez-vous sur des calendriers, de recevoir des notifications en cas de modifications d'événements et de rattacher des événements, notamment des dates de comparution, directement aux affaires afin de suivre les progrès.

Les fonctionnalités d'Amicus Attorney comprennent un calculateur de date de comparution, un calendrier basé sur des règles, la gestion des affaires judiciaires, la facturation, l'automatisation des documents, etc. Les entreprises peuvent utiliser l'assistant de saisie du temps de travail pour suivre les activités enregistrées/non enregistrées et appliquer des taux ou des types de facturation personnalisés en fonction des exigences de chaque dossier. La solution fournit également un gestionnaire de tâches qui permet aux entreprises de gérer les informations liées aux dossiers, délais, contrats, faits, plaidoiries, dépôts et transcriptions de leurs clients sur un tableau de bord centralisé.

Amicus Attorney peut s'intégrer à plusieurs applications tierces comme APX PayNow, QuickBooks, Microsoft Office 365, Dropbox, Salesforce, LexisNexis, etc. Elle fournit un module de gestion d'édition de fichiers qui permet aux avocats d'attribuer des fichiers aux membres de leur cabinet et de définir des préférences pour informer automatiquement des utilisateurs spécifiques concernant les mises à jour à venir.


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Note globale
  • Secteur d'activité : Cabinet d'avocats
  • Taille de l'entreprise : 2–10 employés
  • Logiciel utilisé tous les jours pendant plus de deux ans
  • Provenance de l'avis

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  • Probabilité de recommander le produit 10.0 /10

Amicus Software

Publié le 15/11/2018

I am a 9 year veteran of Amicus. I'v e had a couple of opportunities to switch to other platforms...

I am a 9 year veteran of Amicus. I'v e had a couple of opportunities to switch to other platforms but have opted to stick with Amicus. It is a bit more expensive than other programs but I have found that its ease of use and integration make it worth it.

Avantages

This software is easy to use and fully integrated with my office (electronic client files, documents, email, etc).

Inconvénients

Some of the applications (which I have chosen not to use) are complicated and do not play well with outlook or Microsoft office.

Mark
Note globale
  • Secteur d'activité : Cabinet d'avocats
  • Taille de l'entreprise : 2–10 employés
  • Logiciel utilisé tous les jours pendant plus de deux ans
  • Provenance de l'avis

Note globale

  • Simplicité d'utilisation
  • Support client
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit 10.0 /10

A great program getting better

Publié le 26/03/2020

Amicus has assisted me organize my practice for over 25 years. The integration with the Billing...

Amicus has assisted me organize my practice for over 25 years. The integration with the Billing program, Quickbooks and the APX credit card payment acceptance program is a convenient timesaver, very much appreciated.

Avantages

The program's visual layout, divided into files and calendar, is easy to understand, easy to use and easy to teach new users to use. The program allows people, events, and documents to be easily associated with files and integrates with Outlook so that emails with their attachment can be retained, tracked and reviewed.

Inconvénients

The program's file tab includes an events tab which focus solely on the attorney and staff actions and events. No way exists to track the primary events in a litigation or transactional matter without being inundated with every timeslip and calender event on the case. As a result, the diamonds get lost in the overwhelming minutia and the events tab rarely gets used.
Additionally, my firm's primary focus, even before tracking any time or events, is the client and the events that are contained in their story. THE PROGRAM HAS NO MEANS TO SEGREGATE AND TRACK EVENTS IMPORTANT TO THE CLIENT'S CASE FACTS WITHOUT GETTING EVERY TIMESLIP AND EVENT ASSOCIATED WITH THE CASE. Again the diamonds get lost in the overwhelming minutia and the events tab rarely gets used.
It would seem that the program could have user designated tabs to track client, not attorney, case facts, court appearances, depositions, and key events to close the transaction or case without having to sift through endless timeslips and events.
Documents can be tracked by case type however to change the selection of document types, the documents associated with that particular case type must be modified. From a users point of view it would be more beneficial if document types could be designated from a modifiable pull down menu. For example, documents filed with the court could be identified as pleadings but as the case progress the documents could be identified with motion 1, motion 2 and motion 3 by the user.

Jackie
Note globale
  • Secteur d'activité : Cabinet d'avocats
  • Taille de l'entreprise : 11–50 employés
  • Logiciel utilisé tous les jours pendant plus d'un an
  • Provenance de l'avis

Note globale

  • Rapport qualité-prix
  • Simplicité d'utilisation
  • Support client
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit 3.0 /10

Much more clunky than we had hoped. Large learning curve. Making do for now.

Publié le 06/02/2018

Avantages

TIME & MATTER MANAGEMENT: Timers and time entries are pretty simple. Knowing all people involved in a matter all in one place; engineers, judges, etc. is a great feature. Adding emails to a file is a good idea but time-consuming. Having all the data for a client in one place is good.

BILLING: I like that the Billing and Attorney sides are separate. Billing and accepting payments works quite well. Amicus can do split billing which is important to us. The interface with Quickbooks is quirky but after 1.7 years of working with it we've figured out most of the issues and found workarounds. Reports can be downloaded to Excel which is vital to my managing the firm.

Inconvénients

CONS:
The end-user learning curve is huge and not intuitive which has led to a lot of attorneys entering time and not using Amicus for anything else. Text onscreen is exceptionally small, and for most users, problematic. The interface is not intuitive and takes a lot of trial and error to find the best ways to find what you want or report on the issue. We were lead to believe that the document management interface would work for us, but upon trial found out it would not work with our setup. So we're still dealing with Microsoft Explorer for managing documents, which is problematic. Overall our approval level with Amicus is likely only around 50%. There are so many features that we liked in the concept that has been difficult to get attorneys to do because the interface is not user-friendly.

TIME & MATTER MANAGEMENT: Data for our conflict database did not translate well from our previous system so conflicts checks take too long. Adding emails or files to the matter is very clunky. Ticklers are quirky and hard to work in Outlook. Tickler Reports are too limited events with no date range, or date range but no file selection. Running tickers for only one matter is impossible. Need more filters.
BILLING: Reports downloaded to Excel are impossible to use due to all the merged fields and lack of use of tables. We have to download Reports to CSV and spend time figuring out what the column headers actually are. I use the selection tools to view onscreen matters or time entries by

Evan
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  • Logiciel utilisé tous les jours pendant plus de deux ans
  • Provenance de l'avis

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Used to be the best in field -- but now there are many competitive choices.

Publié le 29/05/2017

Avantages

Amicus Attorney Premium is a reliable product. Once it's up and running correctly, there are few bugs. It is a highly flexible program chock full of more options than anyone could ever use. I prefer to avoid the cloud, too much risk of privacy issues, so even though an in-house server is old school, I prefer it this way. MS Exchange sync which gets calendars and contacts to the cell phone is excellent since 2015, best it's been since the old days of synching to the Palm Pilot. While I am listing a number of cons below, this software is the center point of our practice.

Inconvénients

Since this software was purchased by Abacus Corp in 2016, the price has gone up 75% --
what a sticker shock! IMHO, the tech support under the new owner is no better or worse.
As for improvements to the product, the new owners seem to be focused only on selling their own add-on products --- the announcements tout how AA Premium now links to Abacus Product XYZ, but AA Premium has received any new features. They promised a cell phone app for remote access as part of the February update to AA 2017 and it still has not been released. They have added links to their add-on extra accounting and law products, but not updated any features of the core Amicus Attorney program. There is still no iPhone or Android app for remote access, one still has to use a browser on the cell phone to reach AmicusAnywhere. The process for writing SQL reports is complex! Also, the move from WordPerfect to Word (a necessary evil in today's world) meant losing the highly flexible document merge abilities of WordPerfect. I've been with AA since 2001; if Abacus doesn't produce new features, however, I will look to move my office to another product that seems more modern even at the risk of going to a web-based product when my two-year contract expires.

Raymond
Note globale
  • Secteur d'activité : Services juridiques
  • Taille de l'entreprise : 11–50 employés
  • Logiciel utilisé tous les jours pendant plus de deux ans
  • Provenance de l'avis

Note globale

  • Rapport qualité-prix
  • Simplicité d'utilisation
  • Support client
  • Probabilité de recommander le produit 10.0 /10

Amicus Attorney Review

Publié le 10/08/2016

I have a small 5 attorney firm. with a large support staff. At any given time, we handle about...

I have a small 5 attorney firm. with a large support staff. At any given time, we handle about 1,000 active files. Our practice is very paper intensive. We've tried to go paperless, but it doesn't quite work with out type of practice, so we still do things the old fashioned way ... with file folders and legal pads. I've been an Amicus Attorney user for over 10 years. Prior to that, I tried and use several other "name brand" case management systems. Until about a year ago, we used the Amicus Small Firm program and it worked great. We switched to the Premier edition when we upgraded our server and all of our workstations. The premier edition was more adaptable to our practice. First of all, it was faster, second, we liked the better document management and third, for a rather small increase in cost, we got more bells and whistles. There are at least a half dozen firms in my area that are now using Amicus because of my recommendation. The links with other programs like Outlook are seamless. One calendar entry in Amicus updates Outlook and my laptop and my phone. I have not seen another case management program that has a document assembly system for letters, pleadings, emails, faxes anywhere as sophisticated as Amicus Attorney's. Also, check out their "Do" button and their "precedent" processes.

Avantages

Their support is fantastic. Very little wait time. The support people are courteous, knowledgeable. and patient.

Inconvénients

In many ways, the program is overwhelming for some of our staff. It takes a lot of time to train new staff members on the program. Also, there are many things that the program does that I haven't been able to use because it takes a lot of time to set up those things. This is probably more of a problem with smaller firms that don't have staff who just handle equipment use. In addition, we're WordPerfect users. I feel that the program works slightly better with MS Word.

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Types de licences disponibles pour Amicus Attorney :

  • À partir de : 69,00 $US/mois
  • Type de licence : Abonnement
  • Version d’essai gratuite : Disponible

Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel Amicus Attorney :

Auto-entrepreneur, 2–10, 11–50, 51–200, 201–500, 501–1 000, 1 001–5 000

Langues dans lesquelles Amicus Attorney est disponible :

anglais

Appareils pris en charge par Amicus Attorney :

Android (mobile), iPhone (mobile), iPad (mobile)

Applications s'intégrant à Amicus Attorney :

Dropbox Business, Microsoft 365, QuickBooks Online Advanced, Salesforce Sales Cloud

Ressources d'aide disponibles pour Amicus Attorney :

Service client/e-mail, FAQ/forums, Base de connaissances, Support téléphonique, Support 24/7 (réponse directe), Chat

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