Cox & Palmer - Halifax Selects ZERØ for Email Management and Mobile Time Capture for Client-Related Emails
By Bernie Toledano on January 24, 2020
Leading Canadian law firm motivated by productivity, efficiency, and profitability gains with mobile email management and passive mobile time capture.
ZERØ, provider of the legal industry’s most innovative email management technology, announced that its mobile email client, designed and engineered specifically for lawyers and law firms, has been selected by Canadian law firm Cox & Palmer. The firm’s Halifax office chose ZERØ for its ability to improve email compliance and streamline email management for lawyers by allowing them to predictively move individual or multiple emails to corresponding Outlook folders; view emails in order of importance and sender using smart filters; and passively capture time spent interacting with emails on mobile devices, minimizing revenue leakage.
“Email management and the difficulty with capturing time spent interacting with client emails on mobile devices represent productivity and revenue leakage for our firm, which we hope to recapture,” said Patrick Fitzgerald, Partner at Cox & Palmer. “We were looking for a solution that could help our lawyers better manage their inboxes and improve email compliance by simplifying the process of filing emails into our document management system. ZERØ’s ability to streamline and automate email management workflows and accurately move emails to their correct location while also allowing lawyers to capture more billable time are wholly unique in the market.”
“We are thrilled to have Cox & Palmer join our growing list of clients,” commented Ryan Steadman, Chief Revenue Officer at ZERØ. “We look forward to seeing the firm realize significant productivity, efficiency, and profitability gains.”
As ZERØ’s Head of Marketing, Bernie is responsible for overall marketing strategy, brand management, and lead generation initiatives. Prior to joining ZERØ, Bernie was the AVP of Marketing and Communications at a global real asset investment firm, where she led and operationalized the marketing strategy across several subsidiaries and built the company’s marketing technology infrastructure from the ground up.