Leading Florida-based law firm excited to introduce AI-powered productivity features that automate and streamline email management and zero-touch time entry workflows for lawyers
ZERØ, provider of the legal industry’s most innovative email management technology, announced that ZERØ for Mobile and its Desktop Companion have been selected by Florida-based firm Fowler White Burnett, P.A. ZERØ was chosen for its hyper-accurate predictive email filing capabilities; smart filtering options that allow lawyers to view emails in order of importance, client/matter, and sender; and its ability to minimize revenue leakage by passively capturing time spent on interactions with client email from mobile devices.
“We were impressed by ZERØ’s potential to reduce the burden of email management on our users,” said David Tobin, Applications Development Manager at Fowler White Burnett, P.A. “ZERØ is the only solution we have seen on the market that is able to predictively file emails into NetDocuments and help users manage their inboxes on their mobile devices.”
As Aderant Expert and iTimekeep users, Fowler White Burnett, P.A. also expects to see immediate benefits from ZERØ’s time capture capabilities. “We are excited by ZERØ’s ability to capture billable time that otherwise would have been lost,” Tobin remarked. “ZERØ’s integration with iTimekeep ensures that this time is accurately, seamlessly, and contemporaneously captured, and is coupled with a draft narrative that can be reviewed, edited and treated accordingly by the lawyer inside of the iTimekeep user interface. We are looking forward to seeing our lawyers gain additional hours of productivity and generate more revenue with the implementation of ZERØ.”
Ryan Steadman, ZERØ’s Chief Revenue Officer, commented: “We’re excited to support Fowler White Burnett’s commitment to leveraging user-friendly and intuitive technology that helps improve the lives and workflows of its professionals by automating time-consuming manual processes. We believe that ZERØ will help the firm unlock more revenue and help its lawyers focus on practicing law.”