Actionstep vs eLitigation

Starting Price


Not provided by vendor

Best For

For business-minded law firms who want to simplify how they work, automate their unique processes and optimize their legal output.

Not provided by vendor


4.4 / 5
Read All Reviews

Ideal number of Users

1 - 499

Not provided by vendor

Ease of Use

3.9 / 5

  • "I love the fact that since 2013 the developers are always improving the software to make it more user friendly."

  • "Very happy with the system, easy to use and very intuitive and good support."

Customer Support

4.2 / 5

  • "The support team is wonderful and knowledgeable."

  • "Fantastic support staff and easy-to-follow tutorials."

Features & Functionality

4.2 / 5

  • "Process-based, cust feedback driven, good interfaces (hotdocs, outlook, MSword etc.). Excellent support service and dedicated CEO."

  • "The positives far outweigh the few negatives, it's a good and fruitful process automation software."

Value for Money

4.3 / 5

  • "The accounts package is comprehensive. The system is very good value for money and you are not locked into an annual contract."

  • "It does everything you need, and it does things that you didn't even know you needed. This is the best investement i have ever made."

Product Features

  • check Billing & Invoicing
  • check Calendar Management
  • check Case Notes
  • check Client Management
  • check Conflict Management
  • check Contract Management
  • close Docket Management
  • check Document Management
  • check Email management
  • check Expense Tracking
  • check Task Management
  • check Time Tracking
  • check Trust Accounting
Not provided by vendor


View 3 screenshots 128796 thumb
Capterra screenshot placeholder







  • 24/7 (Live Rep)
  • Business Hours
  • Online
Not provided by vendor


  • check In Person
  • check Live Online
  • check Webinars
  • check Documentation
Not provided by vendor

share Share Your Comparison of eLitigation vs Actionstep

Actionstep vs eLitigation


share Share Your Comparison of eLitigation vs Actionstep