The Series A funding round is led by Ankona Capital along with Eniac Ventures, Revel Ventures, Interplay Ventures, The Legal Tech Fund, Bridge Investments, and Forefront Venture Partners.
Lawmatics, the leading all-in-one legal CRM, client intake, and marketing automation platform for attorneys, announced the close of a $10 million Series A financing round. The funding news follows the company’s announcement in October of last year that it had raised a $2.5 million Seed round.
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“We have been incredibly impressed by Lawmatics’ deep knowledge in the space, vision for the future, and vibrant team culture. In partnering with Lawmatics, the Ankona team is focused on lending our expertise to help Lawmatics scale their platform capabilities and accelerate growth,” said Brian Mesic, Managing Director at Ankona Capital.
New Funding Will Support Lawmatics’ Long-Term Vision of Building a Comprehensive Attorney-Client Relationship Management Platform That Allows Attorneys to Better Service Their Clients While Improving the Bottom Line
With the new round of funding, Lawmatics is well-positioned to continue building its legal CRM, client intake, and marketing automation platform that gives firms the tools to streamline the business end of their firm. Lawmatics modernizes the entire law firm workflow, from client acquisition and intake, to case management and client re-engagement in one comprehensive, automation-driven platform. This allows law firms to save time, improve the client experience, and directly increase their revenue.
“Today’s consumer expects a seamless user experience with instant gratification, and the same applies for legal services,” said Matt Spiegel, Lawmatics CEO. “We give lawyers the technology they need to deliver immediate, personalized engagement from the moment a potential client reaches out through the end of their case and beyond.”
Key to its early success, Lawmatics has helped its customers consolidate the mosaic of costly and disjointed tech tools they’ve needed to run the administrative side of their practice. By allowing firm owners to cut costs and simplify the overhead required for firm management, Lawmatics looks to be the cornerstone tool for all consumer-facing firms of all practice types.
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