eBillingHub announced the availability of its electronic billing solution integrated with Bridgeway Software’s Corridor product.
According to company officials, eBillingHub solution reduces the cost and complexity associated with legal eBilling, which ideally helps law firms quickly and effectively respond to client demand for electronic invoicing.
This integration with Bridgeway’s Corridor product enables simplified and reliable eBilling as it allows tight interfacing with legal spend and matter management solutions.
Bridgeway is a member of the eBillingHub’s Technology Alliance Partner or TAP program. It provides a standards-based integration mechanism that helps law firm customers to reliably increase eBill submissions besides providing an improved coordinated customer service and an open platform for future joint product enhancements.
“The eBillingHub is very serious about developing and expanding the TAP program and are confident that we our delivering increased business value for our respective customers,” said Ryan Ladisic, global vice president of Sales and Marketing, of the eBillingHub. “The TAP program is based on a simple and easy to use web service interface that simplifies how both sides work together and a partner revenue sharing component that ensures lasting and strong relationships.”
Ladisic added that this integration with Corridor enables eBilling Hub to offer an open and scalable platform for eBilling. Law firms can easily and automatically submit and process Corridor based eBills through the eBillingHub. It reduces the time taken to process the bills besides improving the reliability of all bill submissions, he noted.
“As a long time partner of the eBillingHub we are pleased to see the general availability of the TAP integration and we are eager for our law firm clients to begin to gain the benefits of its use,” said Keith Okano, president, Bridgeway Software.
Okano added that the integration between Corridor and the eBillingHub reduces the complexity of electronic billing for law firm clients.
eBillingHub’s SaaS (News - Alert) implementation allows law firms to go live on the system within 15 hours thereby eliminating hardware purchases as needed in traditionally delivered software. The solution is able to simplify the eBilling process by integrating a law firm’s time and billing software with multiple eBilling vendors. This brings down overall complexity and enables a predictable, dependable and efficient process, company officials said.
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Edited by Kelly McGuire