AdvoLogix, Carahsoft Partner to Deliver Cloud-based Legal Technology Solutions to Government Agencies
SUGAR LAND, TX: AdvoLogix announces to collaborate with Carahsoft Technology. AdvoLogix, a legal management solutions provider, has selected Carahsoft to distribute its solution to local, city, state, and federal government agencies.
Advologix is a matter-centric solution that allows counsels to manage all information related to legal issues, using functionalities that include-Matter Calendar, Matter Planner, Reporting and Dashboards, Action Plan and Process Builder. Through the mentioned functionalities, AdvoLogix software-as-a-service suite will empower government legal departments to streamline internal and external collaboration, prioritize workload, focus scarce legal capacity where needed, and simplify document and email management.
“Legal Demand Management and Action Plans optimize and standardize existing legal processes by allowing effective planning, monitoring of consistent execution, and providing clear insight into resources associated with quality legal delivery” said Jonathan Reed, AdvoLogix CEO and Co-Founder.
AdvoLogix suite gives the user agility, configurability as it is built on Salesforce.com platform, and again security and reliability with real-time transparency of system performance are other advantages. The platform is integrable with thousands of add-on applications to enable the organizations in meeting their specific needs.
“We’re pleased to partner with Carahsoft as a Salesforce-approved distributor of AdvoLogix,” said Reed. “Carahsoft's dedication to providing government agencies with the best legal technology solutions now affords legal operation teams access to leading edge matter management. These organizations can now prioritize, automate, and execute complex legal business processes, with proven and trusted security in the Salesforce App Cloud. The implementation of AdvoLogix will allow agencies to simplify the complexities of today's legal environment and effortlessly adapt to the changing needs of tomorrow.”