ECFX, the leader in electronic court notice management for law firms, has released a number of significant developments to their premier product, ECFX Notice, over the past few months. These enhancements provide customers with a superior user experience with ECFX.
ECFX partners closely with their clients, and ECFX Notice has evolved based directly on their feedback by taking client ideas to heart and turning them into added functionality. As a result of implementing the highest level of jurisdiction support in the market and their superior customer service, ECFX is trusted by an impressive list of top tier firms across the country, including DLA Piper and Dentons LLP, the latter of which recently became the first law firm to reach 100,000 documents processed through ECFX Notice.
Some of the latest ECFX Notice enhancements include the addition of new special handling functions (including missing case reports and manual processing of notices for unknown cases), enhanced dashboards with added drill-down detailed reporting, new customization functions to change any labels to match the firm’s own terminology, and support for both new case management and document management systems based on clients’ chosen solutions.
In addition to these developments, in the last month alone ECFX has added support for ten more electronic court filing (ECF) systems as part of its commitment to offer 100% coverage of all their client’s ECF notices. Among those added are six county-level systems in Pennsylvania, Florida, and Nevada, two state-level systems in Mississippi and Iowa Courts, and the International Trade Commission (ITC).
ECFX was founded by legal and technology experts with a single goal: to address unmet automation needs in the legal industry. It is committed to filling in gaps in legal workflows with intelligently automated solutions, enabling firms to save time, gain control, mitigate risk, and improve visibility. Its premier product, ECFX Notice, automates the downloading, profiling, storing, and distribution of court documents in ECF notices for both State and Federal courts—saving firms hundreds of hours a week to focus on the work clients value.