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Neil A. Johnson

Neil A. Johnson is the Managing Partner of Practice Development Partners, Ltd; a firm that offers project planning, implementation, customization, conversion, training and support to professional service firms implementing solutions based around the LexisNexis Practice Management (LNPM) suite of products.

Emphasizing practical and proven solutions for small to mid-sized law, CPA, management consulting, and other professional service firms, Mr. Johnson works with all levels of the organization to improve profitability, increase customer satisfaction, and manage information more efficiently. His unmatched blend of management experience, technical knowledge and customer service allow him to look at both the big picture when working with partners and the details required by support staff. He has trained thousands of users in various formats and settings over the last twenty plus years.

Beginning his career as a consultant with a Big Four accounting and consulting firm, Mr. Johnson has over twenty-five years experience in the technology arena. He is experienced in implementing solutions for many types of law firms, including personal injury, insurance defense, property tax appeals, litigation, estate planning, family law and more.

Mr. Johnson is a Certified Independent Consultant (CIC) for the suite of LexisNexis Practice Management products including Time Matters, Billing Matters, Billing Matters Plus, World Server, Hot Docs, and PCLaw. He has been a CIC for the past eight years, working with hundreds of firms over that period. He is also a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE).

 




 

 

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