AbacusNext will make commercial efforts to make available optional integrations between Amicus Attorney and third-party software, including but not limited to Microsoft products and other practice management and accounting solutions. Due to limitations in technology and working with third-party providers, AbacusNext is unable to warrant the performance of integrations with third-party applications.
AbacusNext support staff may make recommendations on integration best practices, version alignment, and provide other suggestions. However any direct technical support regarding integrations shall require a separate billable effort via AbacusNext Professional Services.
The following integrations may be available to Client during Client's AbacusNext Software Subscription for Amicus Attorney:
Amicus Attorney users can exchange their data with third-party provider PCLaw™. he Amicus Attorney-PCLaw Link provides bi-directional integration. You can exchange Amicus File and Contact information with PCLaw Matter and Client information and can map Amicus Lawyers and File Types to PCLaw Lawyers and Types of Law. A Link wizard guides you through configuration of the exchange options. The link ensures that Amicus Activities and Billing Rates are available in PCLaw and that posted Time and Expenses go directly to PCLaw. You have the choice of exchanging Amicus Files individually or performing a global exchange of all Files and Contacts.
NOTE: Some configuration and features depend on whether or not your firm is licensed for Amicus Billing Module ("Billing"). Convention used in this Guide:
- WITHOUT BILLING – Link for Amicus Attorney without Amicus Billing
- WITH BILLING – Link for Amicus Attorney with Amicus Billing
Amicus Attorney users can exchange their data with QuickBooks. The dynamic link with QuickBooks provides bi-directional integration. You can exchange Amicus File and Contact information with QuickBooks Job and Customer information, map Amicus Firm Members to QuickBooks Employees, Files Types to Types of Law, and optionally take advantage of QuickBooks Class Lists. A Link Wizard guides you through configuration of the exchange options. The link ensures that Amicus Billing Rates are available in QuickBooks without the need for a separate exchange process. You have the choice of exchanging Amicus Files individually or performing a global exchange of all Files and Contacts.
WITHOUT BILLING: The Link ensures that posted Time goes directly to QuickBooks without the need for a separate exchange process.
WITH BILLING: Client Bills are generated and paid within Amicus. Instead of exchanging Amicus Time Entries to QuickBooks, the Link sends Amicus Billing transactions (Receipts, General Retainer activity, Trust Receipts, Trust Checks, Trust to AR Transfers, and Trust File-to-File Transfers) to QuickBooks. During setup, billing-related posting options are provided, and your Amicus accounts must be mapped to QuickBooks Accounts. QuickBooks Client Costs can be imported to Amicus as Expenses.
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