Thread Legal – the Missing piece of Microsoft Office 365 for Lawyers

November 24, 2017

Legal Technology

If you are a law firm using Microsoft Office 365 and need something extra to complete your document and case management, then Thread is for you. Built in Microsoft Office 365, it gives you a practice management solution with software you already know. Thread is the latest case management software from eXpd8 Ltd, harnessing 30 years’ legal IT industry experience and specifically designed for lawyers and paralegals.

Thread was launched at Microsoft’s campus in Charlotte on September 18th and has received tremendous reviews from both paralegals and lawyers. It has been described as disruptive, refreshing, easy to use and at $39 per user per month offers lawyers a very affordable solution to manage their firms’ business and clients. Thread is a brand-new cloud-based legal case management software, built in collaboration with Microsoft which enables legal practices to free up valuable time, be more productive, increase profitability and truly digitally transform their firms.

“80 percent of legal firms in the U.S. currently do not have a Case Management system in place,” said Liam Mullaney, CEO, eXpd8. “Instead, they are reliant on in-house developed systems that are becoming obsolete due to increasing client demands.”

With Microsoft Azure as its foundation, Thread incorporates several Microsoft technologies including Microsoft Office 365, One Drive for Business and SharePoint. This enables Thread to provide law firms with the ability to manage their entire practice smoothly and efficiently whilst also ensuring government level security, compliance and seamless connectivity. Thread brings together all the essentials of a modern legal practice.

Growing legal firms need a capable, customizable, yet affordable solution to automate and optimize their entire business in order to survive and thrive in today’s competitive market. Thread can help them do just that.

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