Law Firms Go Green with Help from Midland Communications

Law Firms Go Green with Help from Midland Communications



Midland Communications helps law firms go green and increase productivity by utilizing unified communications

Leading business technology provider changes the way law firms communicate

A leading supplier of unified communications today announced that they are placing a special emphasis on bringing their innovative technology and applications to the fast-growing legal industry.

Midland Communications has a couple of valuable data networking and communications solutions that can support the needs of the legal community.

These innovative solutions have the exceptional ability of increasing a law firm’s productivity and at the same time, decrease its carbon footprint by making a considerable impact on an attorney’s marketing efforts and commute times, as well as the reduction in operational costs and office spaces.

Jason Smith, the Vice President of Midland Communications, said, “An attorney’s time is very valuable and anything we can do to increase their efficiency has a dramatic impact to a law firm.”

He added, “The utilization of technology solutions like Unified Communications enhances a firm’s green initiatives by drastically reducing the use of paper, reducing travel by utilizing video conferencing or web collaboration and allowing attorneys to receive calls, faxes and voicemails anytime, anywhere.”

“This allows attorneys to work from home, at the courthouse or while they are visiting a client at their residence, while still providing the quality experience that both the firm and their clients have come to expect,” said Smith. “Legal is a very unique industry and we have partnered with leading Unified Communication manufacturers who make these solutions cost effective by integrating all these capabilities into a single box solution.

In conclusion, Smith also said, “The types of solutions we offer greatly benefit law firms as well as make the lives of their attorneys easier and less stressful.”