Worldox vs. LegalWorks

Worldox Vs. LegalWorks – A Document Management System Comparison

When you’re looking for a legal document management system, it’s important to have all the information you need to choose the option that will best meet the needs of your law firm. In this post, we’re going to look at Worldox vs. LegalWorks to tell you a bit about each program and the features we love. We’ll also give you our verdict on which one we think is best for law firm use.

Worldox Overview

Worldox provides businesses, including law firms, with the ability to maintain their documents and email. Worldox has several versions, although it is not natively cloud-based: Worldox Professional, Worldox Enterprise, Worldox Cloud, and Worldox Web. They even have an iOS app. Worldox integrates with Office 365. It also has the ability to integrate with Elite, Juris, Omega, AcumniEW, ProLaw, PCLaw, and other popular time and billing software options.

  • Worldox Professional can be used through a web-based interface, through the iOS app, and can also be implemented on-premise.
  • Worldox Enterprise is designed for use in multi-office environments. In addition to Worldox’s document management and email management capabilities, it is used as a central data system for law firms with multiple locations. This is not a web-based product. It may be used on-premise or from the cloud.
  • Worldox Cloud provides a cloud-based document management system that allows users to continue to utilize their current desktop instead of a separate environment, such as a virtual desktop. This is not an on-premise option as with Worldox Professional and Enterprise.
  • Worldox Web provides Worldox users with the ability to access their accounts on any device that supports JavaScript. Worldox Web can be installed an existing indexer computer or on-premise server.
About the Author: Robin Bull
Robin Bull holds a BS in Paralegal Studies. She graduated from Kaplan University in 2008, Summa Cum Laude. Robin is the former Program Director of Paralegal Studies for Vatterott College in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She has more than 15 total years of experience in bankruptcy, family law, personal injury law, and real estate law. Robin is a full time legal writer, editor, and social media manager. She resides in Oklahoma City with her husband, Danny, three dogs, and one cat.

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