We were very impressed with Legal Files. In particular, we feel that Legal Files will be exceptionally valuable due to the hands on development and implementation, coupled with customizable service features.
The City of Vacaville, CA, has become the latest government entity to select the Legal Files matter management system, licensing the software for the City Attorney’s Office, the software developer, Legal Files Software, Inc., announced today.
The City of Vacaville becomes the latest in a long and growing list of municipal, state and federal governments to choose Legal Files Software to manage legal matters, related documents and email, as well as automate routine tasks and improve workflow operations. Other Legal Files government customers include the City of Pasadena, USDA Office of Inspector General, City of Atlanta, U.S. Department of Energy, City of Fort Worth, NASA, Arizona Attorney General, City of Saint Paul, New Jersey State Police, Ontario Attorney General, Seminole Tribe of Florida, City of Memphis and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
Claudia Williams, an attorney serving as management analyst with the City of Vacaville’s City Attorney’s Office, detailed the selection process. “We researched several software programs and, after seeing a demo, we were very impressed with Legal Files,” she said. “In particular, we feel that Legal Files will be exceptionally valuable due to the hands on development and implementation, coupled with customizable service features. When we compared the quotes for the total cost of the project with implementation services included, and not just the software, prices were quite comparable.”
The City Attorney’s Legal Files implementation project is “currently in the requirements gathering phase, and completion is expected later this year,” Williams reported, adding “the customer service we have experienced with Legal Files has exceeded our expectations.”