Wilton, Conn. – Allegient Systems, a Wilton, Conn.-based provider of software and services that focus on legal expense and performance management, announced availability of Version 5.7 of its Expense and Performance Management Suite software system, an ASP-delivered, litigation management and bill review solution.

Version 5.7 enhancements include a new Appeals Module, as well as a variety of additional functionality and performance capabilities. This latest version is deployed on a new hardware platform, offering additional performance and scalability as well as expanded storage capacity, the company says.

By soliciting ongoing input and feedback from its users, Allegient says it is able to continuously improve its products and services for carrier clients and their partners. Feedback on the appeal process from Allegient clients and law firm users was instrumental in the changes to the Appeals Module; further enhancing the already collaborative online appeal process.

With Version 5.7, Allegiant claims users are now able to review the appeal in context of the invoice, save draft work and more easily communicate with the law firm regarding the overall appeal, various areas of concern or specific line item discrepancies. Expanded navigation provides the user the ability to review case/matter, invoice, item, vendor details  and maintain their place in the process while responding to an appeal.

In addition to the Appeals Module, other 5.7 enhancements include:
•    Improved audit reports by adding navigation for multi-page invoices
•    Updates to further support the recently revised UTBMS Litigation Code Set
•    Added functionality for Independent Adjuster bill review

Source: Allegient Systems

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