Legal Software, MyCase, Honored with Bronze Best in Biz Award Win for Small or Medium Business Product of the Year
(Santa Barbara, Calif. – Nov. 20, 2013) – Legal case management software, MyCase, has been named a Bronze winner in the Small or Medium Business Product of the Year category by the Best in Biz Awards 2013. MyCase has set the pace of innovation for online tools serving lawyers and their clients, and directly addresses their needs with a comprehensive and user-friendly software product. As an all-in-one solution for law firms, MyCase includes client portals, activity streams to provide alerts on case developments, the ability to send messages to clients and staff, and an online payment portal where clients can easily view and pay their invoices.
“Small to medium law firms have unique needs, and we’re constantly searching for new ways to address what’s different about managing a smaller firm,” said Matt Spiegel, vice president and general manager of MyCase. “We’re thrilled to be nationally recognized for the ways MyCase helps our customers serve their clients better and grow their businesses.”
The Best in Biz Awards program honors companies based or operating in North America. This year was the most successful in its history, with more than 500 entries received. Honorees include a wide array of public and private companies of all sizes from a variety of industries and geographic regions in the U.S. and Canada.
MyCase constantly aims to innovate and further streamline the functions necessary for success in solo and small law firms. Among these efforts was the creation of the MyCase App Bar, which is a practice management marketplace specific to MyCase users as well as a technology platform for legal product and service providers. Earlier this year, the company also rolled out a new Workflow feature, which provides templates based on custom date calculations that can be applied to all related cases with just one click.
“Here at MyCase, we really focus on how we can make our product better for the hardworking lawyers who use the software,” said Spiegel. “Whether it’s developing a mobile app or offering shared calendars for better firm communication, we’re always thinking about how to help the small-firm lawyer do more with less. It’s very rewarding to be recognized for those efforts.”
MyCase, Web-based practice management software for lawyers, was built to address the number one complaint across all State Bar Associations; insufficient attorney/client communication. MyCase was founded in 2010, and was acquired in 2012 by AppFolio, the leading provider of Web-based software for vertical markets. AppFolio's cloud based software is used by thousands of small and mid-sized businesses to improve their workflow so they save time and make more money.