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LawMaster’s new Dashboards feature will drive performance

LawMaster’s new Dashboards feature will drive your law firm’s performance

LawMaster’s recent Estonia Release includes the powerful new Dashboards feature. With Dashboards, your firm can turn information into insights, and insights into action to drive performance. Your decision makers will be empowered with the business intelligence they need to analyse information meaningfully, and use it to drive successful outcomes.

Delivered through our integration with Microsoft Power BI, Dashboards enables real-time access to rich and interactive visualisations of your LawMaster data. This consolidated graphical representation means it’s fast and easy to measure whole-of-firm performance.

LawMaster’s CEO, David Toohey, says Dashboards offers law firms tangible benefits. “Being able to access real-time information about your firm, from anywhere, is a major advantage. There are no delays, no out-dated data – everything is accurate and right at your fingertips.”

Dashboards is available from within LawMaster, browser or an app on any device, and can be extended and customised to meet your specific requirements. To find out how you can upgrade the performance of your firm with Dashboards, visit LawMaster at LawFest – Innovation & Technology in Law 2018 on March 8th at the Cordis Hotel, Auckland.


About LawMaster:
Founded three decades ago, our original goal was to develop a technological solution that met the specific business requirements of law firms and legal departments. This focus remains unchanged as we continue to refine and enhance our technology to keep you at the forefront of law practice management.

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