ADERANT acquires CompuLaw, Client Profiles, and CRM4Legal

ADERANT, a comprehensive business management software
provider for law and professional services firms of all sizes, announced that
it has acquired CompuLaw and Client Profiles, including its CRM4Legal division.

These acquisitions create the world’s largest independent
legal software company, giving clients access to a suite of products and
services that will help them manage, grow, and protect their businesses.

The company’s offerings will be the industry’s most
complete suite of firm management software and services including: business
development, client relationship management (CRM), practice and financial
management, time and billing, case management, document management, automated
court rules-based calendaring, and business intelligence.

With these acquisitions, ADERANT is building
on its commitment to deliver world-class products and services that empower law
and professional services firms to operate more effectively and profitably.

To that end, Atlanta-based Client Profiles brings
products in CRM and case management to ADERANT, while Los Angeles-based
CompuLaw and subsidiary company provide powerful risk management
tools for firms of all sizes.

Included as part of the transaction are CompuLaw’s court
rules-based calendar and matter management system, the SaaS-based legal
deadline calculation service, and the largest and most comprehensive library of
rules databases for any existing legal calendaring application with databases
for nearly 2,000 jurisdictions and all 50 states.

CompuLaw is known as a pioneer within the legal
calendaring space, while Client Profiles is recognized for its expertise in
case management services for small-sized firms.

Our goal at ADERANT is to be the go-to software and
services partner for law and professional services firms worldwide,” said Chris
Giglio, chief executive officer, ADERANT.

By expanding our product family with proven systems from
CompuLaw and Client Profiles two well-respected leaders in the industry we’re
strengthening our brand, bringing our clients the broadest set of capabilities,
delivering the best technology in the industry, and ensuring we maintain the
highest level of client satisfaction all through the seamless integration of
our offerings,” Giglio added.

Nearly 2,500 law and professional services firms around
the world, including more than 60 percent of the AmLaw 200, benefit from
ADERANT’s complete suite of business management software systems.

Following the acquisitions, ADERANT will have clients
encompassing nearly every segment of the legal market and will offer products
for each segment’s unique needs.

Giglio will continue as ADERANT’s chief executive
officer. David J. Kalmick, president and chief executive officer of CompuLaw,
will serve as Vice President of ADERANT CompuLaw, and Whit McIsaac, Client
Profiles’ chief executive officer, will be Vice President of Business

We purchased ADERANT in 2008 with the intent to create
the strongest software company for the legal and professional services market,
and with the addition of CompuLaw and Client Profiles, we have taken a big step
toward making ADERANT the premier provider in this space,” said Robert F.
Smith, chairman of the board of ADERANT and chairman and chief executive
officer of Vista Equity Partners.

Nearly three decades ago, CompuLaw, whose clients include
more than 70 percent of the AmLaw 100, created the market for automated court
rules-based calendaring software for mid to large-sized law firms. Its
web-based brings malpractice risk management to smaller firms.

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