AbacusLaw vs Data ReBase

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The Abacus products & services portfolio is flexible and dynamically scalable to support a legal professionals from solo practitioners to enterprise law firms.

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Ideal number of Users

1 - 1000+

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3.8 / 5
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Ease of Use

3.7 / 5

  • "Overall I was not pleased. The system is not designed to be user friendly and definitely too burdensome for a solo-practitioner."

  • "What I like most about AbacusLaw is how easy it is to use. It is very straightforward and understandable."

Customer Support

4 / 5

  • "He had excellent customer service skills and explained what he was doing. I couldn't have asked for a better representative."

  • "They are supposed to call back, and they never do. One time a customer service was essentially laughing at me, which is was nice."

Features & Functionality

3.7 / 5

  • "I like that it is customizable to my practice. Great calendar/diary system that works with Office Suite products."

  • "Easy to navigate and the financial reports were very helpful."

Value for Money

3.6 / 5

  • "Of course, the price went up by 200. Seemed like a fair trade-off at first."

  • "The cost vs other comparable software is the primary reason why this software was chosen. Additionally (just as important to us) is that the data is stored on our network and not the cloud."

Product Features

  • Access Controls
  • Archiving & Retention
  • Collaboration
  • Contract Management
  • Document Assembly
  • Document Indexing
  • Document Tagging
  • Full Text Search
  • Version Control
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