reduce legal spend and make better sourcing decisions with

ebilling.space

our legal spend management solution

eBilling.Space in a Nutshell

The all-in-one legal spend management solution

SPEND MANAGEMENT

Centrally manage your team’s legal billing and spend, closely track outside counsel and legal vendor costs, monitor accruals, review pre-billing work-in-progress (WIP) and control spend with automated alerts and configurable budget thresholds – improving visibility and cost certainty.

INVOICE REVIEW

Automate invoice reviews to identify non-compliance with billing guidelines, agreed rates and other fee arrangements, streamline the approval process with configurable workflows and keep stakeholders in the loop with reminders and notifications – simplifying complex billing procedures.

VENDOR SOURCING

Create and share RFPs with your legal service providers, set vendor selection criteria, track responses and control submission rounds, automate evaluation workflows and assess suppliers with data comparison tools – ensuring quality, cost-efficient legal services for your organisation.

eBilling.space benefits

DATA EXTRACTION

Our intelligent technologies extract data from PDF invoices and relieves smaller law firms from the burden of generating complex invoice-files.

INVOICE REVIEWS

Some law firms struggle to code invoices in a way that clients can understand. Our AI dives into unstructured invoice data, auto-classifies every task and enables automated invoice review.

ANALYTICS

Our intelligent reporting tools use unstructured invoice and matter data to generate powerful analytics that allow our clients to slice and dice the data to enhance strategic decision making.

CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT

Anastasia Hufen
Legal Counsel Real Estate Finance
Helaba

“eBilling.Space is not only the most intuitive legal spend management system I've found on the market, the service we receive is also outstanding.”

LEGAL SPEND MANAGEMENT Resources

Choosing the Right Legal Spend Management Solution
In-House Guide: Building a Business Case for Legal eBilling