Firms who can’t compete – or fail to protect their clients’ data – are at risk. Those poised for the greatest success are the ones who adjust to the new reality and embrace technology-driven processes.
We are a thought leading software enterprise company for a digitized legal industry. Our core competency is our expert understanding of the enterprise systems, the data and processes in legal, and building technology that drives transformative change. We develop software for cybersecurity, privacy, and regulatory compliance for content systems, and financial matter management.
Significant increase in firm profitability
Meaningful improvements to client experiences
Higher user adoption of content systems
Reliable firm and client risk reduction
Our technology takes clients through a journey to organizational maturity, resulting in an enterprise-wide digital transformation. This is evident from our 270 + customers which include half of the G20 and AmLaw 200, 64% of the AmLaw 100, many global corporations, and the Big Four.
GLOBAL TOP 20
The founders and senior management of Prosperoware are experienced executives and well-regarded experts in professional services, information governance, compliance, and enterprise software development.
Keith Lipman is the CEO and co-Founder of Prosperoware and a known thought leader regarding information management and the transformation of the practice of law. Most recently, Keith was recognized for the second time by ILTA as a Vendor Thought Leader of the Year finalist, is a Board Member of the Matter Standards Committee, and is credited with creating the concept and patent for Matter Centric Collaboration.
Keith has served in a number of professional capacities, including paralegal, lawyer, IT director and technology consultant to law firms. Keith earned his BA, JD, and MBA from Temple University. He is a frequent speaker across many key industry events, author of multiple articles for Bloomberg, InsideCounsel, LTN, Peer to Peer, and others and a contributing author of the books Corporate Governance Best Practices: Strategies for Public, Private, and Not-for-Profit Organizations and Law Firm KM: Driving Practice Innovation and Redefining Service Delivery.
CEO and Founder
As CTO of Prosperoware, Sheetal is responsible for all aspects of technical innovation and architecture and manages the global development team. He has extensive experience in designing and developing enterprise solutions within the professional services, financial, and travel industries. Prior to co-founding Prosperoware, Sheetal was a key architect in the iManage engineering team and, among other projects, led the company’s web 2.0 and collaboration initiatives. During that time, he also served in an advisory capacity to Microsoft in their development of SharePoint. Previously, at a prior company, Sheetal led a Dubai-based team that developed one of the first internet-based B2B portals for travel industry. He is committed to user experience and passionate about AI and machine learning.
Sheetal holds an M.S. in Information Systems with a focus on data mining from DePaul University, Chicago, and a B.S. in Economics and Finance from the University of Mumbai.
Chief Technology Officer and Founder
Mike is Prosperoware’s CRO, responsible for aligning the efforts of sales, marketing and operations in order to increase revenue and assure Prosperoware’s continued growth. He has over 20 years of experience building sales teams for both Fortune 500 companies and start ups. Prior to Prosperoware, Mike was Vice President at Gulfstream Mergers and Acquisitions, a boutique M&A firm headquartered in Charlotte, NC. Prior to Gulfstream, he spent 8 years in Director/VP roles in the marketing software industry for Yodle, Inc. (acquired by Web.com) and SEMrush. Mike has always believed in putting the client first with a concentration on solution selling based on individual needs. This was cultivated early in his career as a sales manager and trainer in the yellow pages/directory industry.
Mike has a BS in Business Administration from Manhattan College.
Chief Revenue Officer
Prosperoware is growing. We see market opportunity and capitalize on it with cutting-edge software. Developers like working here because we give them complex, exciting problems to solve and we leverage cutting-edge tools to develop our software. Salespeople like working here because we’re solving real problems, making it easier to get our feet in the door. If you’re a top performer, we’d love to hear from you.