Recent enhancements to the integration now allow professionals to collect payment when clients schedule appointments
AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AffiniPay, the technology behind the payment solutions LawPay, CPACharge, AffiniPay for Associations and DesignPay, is excited to announce its first integration with a scheduling tool, that will help professionals schedule meetings and make payment requests simultaneously. ClientRock has recently expanded its product offerings from new client intake to also include an industry-specific online scheduling solution.
“Scheduling tools are frequently requested by the lawyers, accountants and thousands of professionals we work with, so we are thrilled to be close partners with ClientRock,” said Tom West, CEO of AffiniPay. “Now our customers, as well as all the professionals needing critical business tools for remote work, can use this integration to schedule client meetings and get paid faster.”
ClientRock’s client portal product has been integrated with LawPay for more than a year. When the scheduling functionality was added to the product this year, the integration for LawPay was expanded. This month, ClientRock also released its integrations with CPACharge and AffiniPay’s newest brand: DesignPay.
“LawPay is not only known for being the industry leader for legal payments, but its technology was super easy to integrate with ClientRock,” said Bryan Marble, CEO and founder at ClientRock. “It made sense to also integrate with their other brands, CPACharge and DesignPay, and offer this joint solution to more professional services industries. Our expanded partnership will help professionals get paid and easily schedule appointments and meetings with clients.”
ClientRock is an automated client portal for fixed fee and subscription-based law firms. It has streamlined every step of the process for lawyers and all tasks can be done from your smartphone. Its latest addition is a stand-alone online scheduler that lets clients book and pay for consultations, fill out questionnaires and draft fee agreements.
LawPay’s payment platform was developed specifically for lawyers with the input of state bars and their ethics committees to ensure earned and unearned legal fees are properly separated and trust accounts are protected against any third-party debiting.
ClientRock is now the first online booking tool that allows you to charge for consultations using LawPay. With this new integration, users will have access to a more streamlined scheduling tool. Benefits of this tool include:
- Everything is mobile friendly and can be booked directly from your smartphone
- Ability to customize your availability, based on the customer
- Secure document collection, for any pre-meeting needs or questions
- Seamless connection to your LawPay account to run charges and issue refunds if needed.
LawPay has 50+ technology integrations powering payments for law firms of all sizes in the U.S. and Canada. More information about the integration with ClientRock Scheduler is available online.
ClientRock is the legal industry’s first client portal and scheduling platform built specifically for fixed fee and subscription law firms. ClientRock was started in 2017 as a client intake platform before expanding its offerings into a full-fledged client portal that enables billing, scheduling, workflow automation, secure messaging and file sharing. Visit clientrock.com to learn more.
AffiniPay develops industry-specific online tools for legal, accounting and association professionals to accept payments quickly and securely. AffiniPay was established in Austin, Texas more than a decade ago and has become one of the fastest-growing financial technology companies in the United States, powering the market-leading LawPay, CPACharge and DesignPay online payment tools. These solutions are trusted by more than 150,000 professionals with more than 150 strategic partnerships, including the American Bar Association and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Visit affinipay.com to learn more.
AffiniPay Communications Director