LawPay vs. Thomson Reuters ProLaw

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
LawPay
Score 9.9 out of 10
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AffiniPay headquartered in Austin offers LawPay, a legal billing app and mobile solution for payment processing, for law practices.N/A
Thomson Reuters ProLaw
Score 7.4 out of 10
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ProLaw from Thomson Reuters is the legal billing management software that connects the entire organization, helping teams deliver premier client service. By combining client and matter management, docketing, time entry, billing, and accounting, ProLaw helps simplify a practice while enhancing productivity firm-wide. ProLaw from Thomson Reuters is software is designed to simplify and coordinate the work of lawyers and staff by combining case and matter management, time entry, billing,…N/A
Pricing
LawPayThomson Reuters ProLaw
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
LawPayThomson Reuters ProLaw
Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
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Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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LawPayThomson Reuters ProLaw
Small Businesses
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BQE Core
Score 8.5 out of 10
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Score 8.5 out of 10
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User Ratings
LawPayThomson Reuters ProLaw
Likelihood to Recommend
10.0
(2 ratings)
8.2
(6 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
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(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Usability
-
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9.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
-
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8.8
(3 ratings)
User Testimonials
LawPayThomson Reuters ProLaw
Likelihood to Recommend
AffiniPay
If you accept payments for your law firm, then LawPay is a great solution. It makes the whole process of sending invoices to clients and receiving payment very easy.
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Thomson Reuters
once the software is set up, it streamlines the billing process and helps with E-discovery on cases. You can also customize some areas to fit your needs specific to your firm. Paperless Proforma eliminates a lot of paper and streamlines the Prebill process. It also incorporates email billing to eliminate wasted paper.
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Pros
AffiniPay
  • Fast deposits.
  • Instant confirmation running their card.
  • Great customer service.
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Thomson Reuters
  • Accounting, time entry and billing are an easy task with ProLaw.
  • Streamlines and automates the work of lawyers and other staff.
  • Risk management and maintain regulatory challenges.
  • Case and matter management.
  • Integration with Microsoft apps such as Excel, Word and Outlook.
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Cons
AffiniPay
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Thomson Reuters
  • ProLaw has been working on easier ways to add multiple documents to emails without flipping back and forth or changing document names to the storage number of the document in its database.
  • Although you can export billing information to an excel sheet, it would be beneficial if one could print all billed items for a matter that included the description of the billed event rather than just the amounts. Currently the only way to do this would be by printing statements.
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Likelihood to Renew
AffiniPay
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Thomson Reuters
ProLaw is fully integrated in our firm's organization. It would be impossible to operate without it or similar programming
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Usability
AffiniPay
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Thomson Reuters
In terms of usability, the tool is intuitive and easy to use. Initially, it might be a little bit difficult to grab all the functions it can perform, but with the experience, doing the tasks become an easy job and the tool improves your team's productivity and efficiency. It really helps you to deliver excellent service to your clients in less time and at a low cost.
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Support Rating
AffiniPay
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Thomson Reuters
ProLaw support is very good overall. Sometimes it takes some effort to get up the ladder if you need an expert's help but overall they do a very good job. There have been minor issues during projects but they allow one to schedule upgrades and available technicians for upgrades at request.
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Alternatives Considered
AffiniPay
I selected LawPay since they were designed specifically for attorneys and firms. They understand our business and developed their products to meet those business needs.
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Thomson Reuters
Client base - numbers, Support of User Group Formation, location - hours of support, all in one product - eliminated document management and allowed through security for attorneys to access to ledger information, supported non-cloud solution as we were not ready to go to cloud, Non-modular so all parts of the system seemed to work better together and even if not ready immediately to utilize some parts, we adopted over time as we because familiar with the product, I knew firms that Prolaw already, Sales person - Tom Mulligan was wonderful to work with, ProLaw was the only software demo'ed that could report directly on our fee credits as we currently allocate - WE ARE AN EAT WHAT YOU KILL FIRM, Our outside IT firm had worked on ProLaw before, Software was capable of supporting a paperless environment, without additional cost I could get a second data base to run our internal leasing through with is technically a separate company from the business of law. We didn't need any additional hardware when we installed, we already had everything it needed to run
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Return on Investment
AffiniPay
  • Easier to collect client payments
  • Lends credibility to business
  • Offers payment options for clients
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Thomson Reuters
  • Discovery has been cut down dramatically
  • billing takes half the time it used to
  • lost documents are a thing of the past
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