Working together with your practice management software, integrating your banking can boost your firm’s productivity, reduce costs and improve cash flow – enabling you to focus less on administrative tasks and more on client service
“These systems scale. We integrate with most legal practice management software, which helps improve efficiency, reduce errors, assist with cashflow, and mitigate risk.”
We’ve teamed up with the majority of legal practice management software providers, to help you automate and integrate many of your banking processes.
Save time by automating things like:
Integrating your practice management and banking software reduces the risk of human error, as transactions are automatically posted from your online banking to your practice management software.
Through automating bank reconciliations, this allows firms to perform reconciliation more regularly, and to identify potential risks, sooner.
Reduce your debtor days by offering your clients a range of payment options through Macquarie DEFT payment systems, offering credit card online and BPAY® for 24/7 payments, as well as over the phone, cheque or EFTPOS at Australia Post, or by check via locked bag.
When you choose Macquarie, you’ll have access to a team who are dedicated to the legal industry. We understand your industry, and will help you integrate your practice management software with your banking, to maximise and boost your firm’s productivity, reduce costs and improve cash flow – enabling you to focus less on administrative tasks and more on client service.
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