Building your app is just the start. Partner with Clio and unlock unique marketing, sales, and product opportunities. Clio’s platform offers developers an attractive opportunity to tap into a large user base and to transform the legal experience for all. We provide a secure, scalable, and intuitive development ecosystem; designed to bring your product to market quickly and to the ultimate benefit of our mutual customers.
You can find all of the information in this article on the App Partnership page →.
How to participate in the App Partner program
Only public app developers who intend on publishing their apps in the Clio App Directory are eligible for the App Partner program.
Step 1: Build a public app
Apply for a developer account by filling out the developer account application form. Follow the step-by step-guide to setup your developer environment once your account has been approved.
Step 2: Launch in the Clio App Directory
After you’ve built your app, the next step towards becoming an app partner is building the listing in the App Directory.
Learn more about the guidelines and steps for publishing your app →
Step 3: Promote
Upon launching your app in the App Directory, you’ll be automatically enrolled in the Clio App Partner Program.
Our tiered program provides everything you need to get the maximum value from your app and grow your business with Clio. Here are just a few of the benefits:
You’ll get access to Clio APIs, developer and technical support, and an invitation to our partner Slack community.
Advanced App Partner
All the benefits of the App Partner, but more. This includes opportunities for mention in select Clio marketing channels, more engagement with the Clio Sales team, and access to early APIs and product features.
Premier App Partner
Premier App Partners includes all the benefits above with additional support and opportunities, including custom sales collaboration, go-to-market and co-marketing resources, plus a dedicated strategic partnership manager.
Learn more about the Clio App Partner tiers →