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Amicus attorney and quickbooks

Posted on 2006-04-04
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09
My client has asked me to setup the link between Amicus attorney and Quickbooks> has anyone ever done this before? I
ve worked with Amicus for a few years and i know how tricky it can be with timeslips. Any gotchas aloing the way i should know about?




Question by:edwardwassman
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nickg5 earned 1050 total points
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unfortunately here is a comment that says you should leave the link installing to qualified consultants. If you ARE a qualified consultant, I apologize.

Dear Gavel and Gown:
It is with great pride and pleasure that I am writing this letter to you to let you know how very impressed I am with the work that Lori Berenson has completed for my law office in regard to the link from Amicus Attorney to QuickBooks, as well as helping me with setting up Amicus Attorney and QuickBooks.
I have been working closely with Ms. Berenson since approximately July of 2005 and can truly say that it has been the most enjoyable time I have ever had learning how to merge data and addressing software conflict issues! She is forthright, considerate and patient, and maintains a practical, down-to-earth attitude toward the effective resolution of clients’s problems which is refreshing, and extremely difficult to find. I truly treasure the relationship she has built with myself and my staff.
We have been using Amicus for 3 years. I have found that basic operation of the program is intuitive enough for some people with little or no training. That is not to say that I do not recommend training. The program is very powerful and you will miss out on a lot if you just wing it. In fact, the consultant that helped us set up Amicus and trained our users is Lori Berenson of Productivity Consulting, located here in Cleveland, Ohio. This is a bonus because most of the qualified trainers seem to be located either in Atlanta, Florida or in the West.  Lori also is the author of the training manual that many Amicus consultants use.

>>>>>>>> Some of the links to third party applications like PCLaw and TimeSlips work well, but unless you are a computer whiz, I recommend that you have the links installed by a qualified consultant.<<<<<<<<<

R. Russell O'Rourke, Esq.
O'Rourke & Associates Co., LPA

here is a long list of "issues", "reasons" and "resolutions" of Amicus problems:

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ID: 16377747
Well, microsoft and a few others call me qualified, not sure if Gavel and Gown would. I do however know when to ask for advise. I don't jump off bridges blind either.

thx for the link.


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