PayPal Invoicing streamlines the process by which law firms accept clients’ funds, allowing invoice details to be forwarded to clients electronically, minimising the risk of human input errors or problems with illegible payment card details. Used within LexisNexis Visualfiles, the solution has proved especially popular when combined with eSignature product Adobe Sign.
David Chapman, head of marketing at Zylpha said: “This partnership recognises the growing relationship between our two companies. We look forward to working closely with PayPal and identifying other areas where our combined technologies can make a real difference to legal practices.”
Zylpha’s CEO Tim Long added: “Zylpha’s integration with PayPal has proved to be a real game changer. Indeed, through this method, there are already a number of practices that both now collect monies due securely, whilst also benefitting from greatly enhanced customer service with their clients. In addition, by following what has now become a new best-practice, law firms can differentiate themselves significantly from their competitors, some of whom are still handicapped by costly and time-consuming paper-based systems.”