Actionstep acquires LawMaster and Mattero

Law firm management platform Actionstep has acquired a innovative practice management software company, with the goal of driving additional technology investment and providing customers with expanded cloud technologies.

Cloud-based practice management platform Actionstep has acquired legal software company LawMaster and Mattero, bringing together two innovative practice management software companies serving mid-sized law firms.

According to the platform, the combined activities will drive additional technology investments, consolidate many years of legal technology learning, and provide existing LawMaster clients with expanded cloud technologies.

The agreement combines more than 50 years of pioneering legal technology development and legal industry knowledge and will result in the development of a large-scale legal technology business with plans to invest more in technology specifically for law firms. sized lawyers.

Actionstep provides a highly adaptable all-in-one practice management platform with nearly 20,000 daily subscribers.

LawMaster’s customer base of nearly 4,000 daily subscribers includes many prestigious upper-middle-market Australian companies, with its core product being a feature-rich and highly configurable law practice management solution. Prior to the deal, LawMaster had invested in cloud technologies and successfully launched Mattero, a cloud-based practice management system for small firms.

The combination of LawMaster and Actionstep means the new business services have over 11,000 subscribers in Australia alone.

The two companies will continue to operate as separate businesses, with David Toohey, LawMaster’s founder and CEO, continuing to lead LawMaster.

According to Actionstep Global President David Hepburn, the new company will work closely with all of LawMaster’s clients to ensure continued quality service and understand their current and future technology needs.

“We are thrilled to partner with LawMaster, it brings together two amazing legal technology companies, positions us for future growth and will fuel major technology investments to benefit the legal industry,” he said.

“As always, our goal is to ensure that our combined customers enjoy using our software – both day-to-day and as part of their future business plans.”

LawMaster CEO David Toohey added that the acquisition was an “exciting new chapter” for the team.

“We are delighted to join the Actionstep team. As always, we will remain focused on our customers’ needs and develop innovative, market-leading technology,” he said.

“As one company with a shared set of values ​​and roadmap, the unified team can focus on propelling our clients’ businesses to new heights.

Actionstep acquires LawMaster and Mattero

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Last update: September 14, 2022

Posted: September 14, 2022

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