SimpleLegal unveils new technology and integration tools for its legal operations platform

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA, October 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SimpleLegal, a modern legal operations platform offering e-Billing, spend management, and matter management, today announced several enhancements designed to improve customer operational effectiveness. Included in this announcement are integrations with iManage, Box and MS Outlook, as well as the unveiling of new embedded features such as native document management and advanced reporting.

The new enhancement and platform integrations represent significant advancements in SimpleLegal’s legal operations platform.

“We are constantly looking for new ways for our legal operations platform to provide better techniques and user-friendly capabilities and experiences,” said Nathan Wenzel, CEO, SimpleLegal. “We believe that these new advancements will not only significantly improve user capabilities, but also contribute to streamlining legal operations overall.”

SimpleLegal will offer the following product enhancement and new integrations:

Platform Enhancement:

Platform Integrations:

SimpleLegal also announced today that native document management and Advanced Reporting will be featured in upcoming system upgrades in the coming year:

If you’re interested in learning more about SimpleLegal and these new features, please schedule a demo.

About SimpleLegal

SimpleLegal provides a modern legal operations management platform that streamlines the way corporate legal departments manage their matters, track and interpret spend, and collaborate with vendors and law firms. SimpleLegal combines e-Billing and spend management, matter management, vendor management, and reporting and analytics into one comprehensive application to optimize legal operations and the management of the entire legal department. The company, founded in 2013, is privately held and located in Mountain View, California. For more information, visit

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