Law Practice Management

Clio releases new client management platform to 'help lawyers ensure the future success of their business'

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Practice management company Clio has launched its new client management offering, Clio Grow, which will help attorneys track potential client leads while collecting data on those leads and client retention.

Announced by Clio CEO and co-founder Jack Newton via Twitter on Monday, the new offering was first teased at the Clio Cloud Conference in New Orleans this past October. At the same event, the company announced its acquisition Lexicata, a customer relationship management platform, which set the stage for this week’s release.

“One of the greatest challenges faced by today’s law firms is their ability, and their capacity, to find new clients,” Newton said in a statement. “Clio Grow will create new levels of efficiency and insight that will help lawyers ensure the future success of their business.”

Jack Newton Clio CEO and co-founder Jack Newton.

When paired with Clio’s existing practice management software, Clio Manage, the package of the company’s offerings “create an end-to-end legal client experience from intake to invoice,” according to the product’s support page. Beyond being a client relationship management tool, the new offering also includes customizable online intake forms, e-signature and document automation, workflow and email automation, and reporting and data analytics.

Clio Grow can be purchased with Clio Manage—collectively called Clio Suite, also announced today—or individually. Bought ala carte, Clio Grow subscriptions will cost $49 per user per month when purchased annually or $59 per user when purchased month to month. Buying the Clio Suite bundle can save users 26 percent, according to the website info.

Currently, Clio Grow is only available to the company’s North American customers. It will roll out to European customers at a later date.

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