Uptime Legal, the leading provider of Law Practice as a Service™ (LPaaS) to small and mid-sized law firms, today announced the launch of its Uptime Authorized Partner (UAP) program. The program is designed to provide legal technologists and their clients a platform to transition practice management and other traditional on-premise applications including, among others, Juris®, Needles®, PCLaw®, ProLaw®, Tabs3®, Time Matters®, and Worldox® to a private cloud for efficient, cost-effective, and secure mobility.
The UAP program was developed with the assistance of an Advisory Board representing some of the most experienced legal technologists in the country. Members of the advisory board work with a variety of software products and will continue to provide Uptime Legal with guidance as the program matures. The Advisory Board consists of: Andrea Giltner, Circle Management Group, Jeffrey Levine, The Systems Shop, Neil Quateman, 35*45 Consulting, Jeanine Rhode, Software Analysis Corporation, and Deborah Schafer, CPA.
“The Uptime Legal UAP creates an environment where legal technologists can not only help their clients make the best decisions about practice management and other critical practice applications, it allows access to make updates and changes to their client’s systems,” said Aaron Eittreim, Chief Business Development Officer. “We appreciate the continued support and input we’ve received from the Advisory Board and look forward to working side-by-side with legal technology professionals to help their clients practice better.”
Uptime Legal’s LPaaS services include Uptime Practice™, a private cloud for legal software, documents, and Exchange email, and Uptime LegalWorks™, cloud-based document and email management. These products and services reduce infrastructure costs while increasing mobility and productivity.