At Amberlo, we know how important it is to have a case management system that is fully operational and optimized for our users. This means that we’re constantly trying to better our platform and ensure that our service goes above and beyond any other legal case management software. For this reason, we do deploy regular updates and software tweaks to enrich the user experience.
What’s the big deal? Well, it is not just a big deal, it is kind of a HUGE deal. During the past months, Amberlo has earned the ISO 27001 (Cloud Services Security) and ISO 27017 (Information Security Management) certifications.
Lawyers working at Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP) are often acting under separate legal entities. They work together on legal matters, plan time, but issue invoices, and do accounting separately. From now on Amberlo allows creating a separate legal entity for each attorney and issue invoices from a selected legal entity. While issuing invoices, individual invoice numbering and other settings are applied.
You may prefer to invoice your clients in your own language, so the multilingual invoicing feature lets you create multicurrency invoices and estimates in minutes.
Synchronize your Amberlo appointments with Google Calendar and access them on any connected device including your tablet or smartphone. Appointments created in Google Calendar will be synced back to Amberlo Calendar to ensure that you are always up to date.
We are the first in Europe to introduce case management software aimed at newly established and smallest law firms. With Amberlo we are giving the opportunity to newly established and non-profit law organizations to use modern case management software absolutely free. Because we strongly support charitable, educational, and small new business initiatives globally. If you are a part of those types of organizations, please contact our team to get your dedicated licenses: firstname.lastname@example.org
On the 25th of May 2018 new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules are enforced, defining how personal data must be stored, used, and processed. After GDPR takes effect, EU citizens will have the possibility to influence who and in which way can manage their personal data. These rules affect all organizations working with EU citizens’ personal data.
In this Amberlo update, we introduce the possibility to export data lists into Excel sheets and set data access permissions for subordinates to access their direct manager’s data.
In this Amberlo update, we introduce the possibility to set advanced policies for accessing modules and data records for each user.