Cleveland-based legal startup launches mobile document, payment portal for law firms
Connective Counsel, a Cleveland-based technology firm, said it is beta testing Connectivity, a mobile app that helps law firms share documents, messages and set up digital payments from clients.
The startup firm, which evolved out of an internal project within the law firm of Kohrman Jackson & Krantz, is currently being used by several firms, including the aforementioned, and is designed to help streamline information sharing and billing between law firms and clients.
"Developed within a law firm based on real feedback from lawyers, administrators and clients, Connectivity has vast potential to improve legal clients' experience and build transparency, loyalty and trust," Jennifer Hart, CEO at Connective Counsel and at attorney at KJK, said in a company release.
The app is $100 per client, per year during the beta testing period.
Image: Courtesy of Connective Counsel