Paradigm Acquires Legal Accounting Software TrustBooks

Paradigm is thrilled to announce that we are growing our suite of legal technology products with the acquisition of a leading, cloud-based accounting solution tailor-made for lawyers, TrustBooks. Launched in 2015, TrustBooks was created to simplify the legal trust accounting process for non-accountants and empower attorneys to handle their books while staying compliant with their state bar. TrustBooks’ easy-to-use platform provides users the ability to complete their trust and operating accounting needs, all in one place. As a part of this acquisition, we are excited to welcome TrustBooks’ Co-Founders, Tom Boyle and Chad Todd, along with the incredible team they have built, to the Paradigm family. 

Consistent with the Paradigm ethos, TrustBooks is built with simplicity in mind. By using attorney-friendly language and straightforward workflows, TrustBooks users save time each month when handling their books. Taking the fear and time commitment out of trust accounting means that attorneys can feel confident about their books and spend more time being billable.  

We consider this a huge win for Paradigm customers, our team, and the industry at large. As we continue building our suite of all-in-one software solutions that help lawyers automate and grow their firms, providing customers the ability to take control of their accounting, in-house with simple and intuitive software, unlocks new benefits thanks to TrustBooks

TrustBooks joins Paradigm at a point of major momentum in our company’s growth trajectory. Just this month we announced the expansion of our leadership team, with the addition of two new vice presidents who bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to our team. Additionally, we closed out last year with news of the strategic growth investment from leading global investment firm Francisco Partners. 

You can read the full press release here.

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