One of the most important aspects of building a successful law practice is efficiency. When you and your team are at maximum productivity and have the systems in place to get things done (and get them done fast), not only are you able to provide better service to your clients, but you’re able to take on more clients and grow your practice.
Keeping up with trends in technology is a crucial part of keeping your business relevant.
Now, more than ever, companies are switching from in-house receptionists to virtual answering services. Since virtual receptionists are 1/10th the cost of a traditional in-house receptionist, it makes sense to outsource your calls and scheduling. However, a lot of misconceptions remain in the industry.
Have you ever called a company only to be put on hold for a long time, or even worse, get sent straight to voicemail? This experience is incredibly frustrating, and unfortunately, very common.
Practicing law isn’t easy, and neither is staying organized on top of all the work you have to put in as a high performing attorney. According to this infographic from The Lawyerist, 30 percent of lawyers report being interrupted 6-10 times per day. Further research shows that on average it takes 23 minutes to get back on task. You can’t afford to be losing these billable hours on mundane tasks.