The startup was founded back in 2017 after noticing an innovation gap in the workfield of lawyers: lawyers lose up to 30% of their billable hours due to inefficient timekeeping. Amberlo’s founders noticed that non-English speaking markets lacked modern technology for legal timekeeping. There were only a few affordable and easy-to-use cloud-based legal practice management solutions on the market.

Amberlo enables manage matters, clients, and related information including emails, documents, tasks, timesheets, invoices, and payments – all in one place. It makes it easy for lawyers to collaborate on one case and simply share different pieces of information.

Amberlo aims to bring easy-to-use legal practice management software. Today Amberlo is trusted by more than 1000 legal professionals from more than 20 countries and this number is growing every day.

The investment will accelerate the development of products to new markets and will contribute to the successful expansion of operations not only in Europe but also in Central and South America. More collaboration functions, integrations, and automated processes with artificial intelligence are planned in the near future. This, according to the Amberlo team, will further increase operational efficiency.