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Anselmo Lindberg Oliver Chooses CaseMax to Manage Files

Default NoticeAnselmo Lindberg Oliver, LCC (ALO), a default servicing law firm, recently announced that the company will use technology firm CaseMax’s advanced case management software to manage its own caseload. ALO will use CaseMax now and in the future.

CaseMax offers software to help firms manage work processes, giving them a visual platform that creates a level of transparency and accountability.

After seeing CaseMax's product in action, ALO made the decision to use their software within the firm. ALO also is a member of the Legal League 100.

"The management and leveraging of technology as a whole, and case management systems in particular, are vital components of any strategy to thrive in this hyper competitive industry," said Steve Lindberg, Chair of the Default Practice Group of Anselmo Lindberg Oliver. "As we reshape the firm to better serve our clients, we needed a true partner who understood this industry and who made our goals their goals, all while exhibiting a strong track record of success."

CaseMax is a known name in the technology industry and is currently an associate member of USFN, a network of law firms and trustees serving the financial services space.

"We knew after seeing the first demonstration that we wanted to utilize CaseMax," Lindberg noted. "It is fast, powerful and allows us to automate our processes to the fullest extent. We also knew that the most effective way to meet client expectations, to be audit-ready and to be industry-compliant, was to partner with CaseMax. The CaseMax team was very responsive to our needs and we look forward to an exciting future with this product.”

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