About Us

RapidPay is the online payment system that helps Australian law firms get paid faster.

The service saves you time by automating finance and accounting workflow for both client and trust accounting.

Multiple payment options including Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), BPAY, and Credit Card make it simple for clients to pay your firm.

You can also, enjoy fast and accurate billing with automated receipting and reconciliation.

RapidPay is available exclusively with LEAP practice management software.

Our Team

Ferdi Chavez
General Manager


Ferdi Chavez has been involved with RapidPay since its formation in 2007. Now as its General Manager, Ferdi is responsible for driving RapidPay in the global evolution of practice management software and financial services integration through the use of RapidPay’s varied products and services.

Ferdi has extensive experience with a number of world class organisations such as Macquarie Bank, in developing industry specific business across a broad range of sectors, such as legal, real estate, strata management and human resources.

Jarrod McAvoy
Sales Manager


As Sales Manager for RapidPay, Jarrod brings over 11 years of experience working in the legal profession and legal technology industry.

Prior to LEAP Jarrod was admitted as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Victoria and worked in a number of small law firms in Melbourne. Jarrod first joined LEAP Legal Software in 2008.

Jarrod’s focus is in helping lawyers maximise their cashflow and minimising their administrative workload via the use of RapidPay.

Ewan Fraser
Development Lead


As development lead, Ewan has over 10 years of experience developing software for small law firms, including financial and publishing services that integrate with Australia's most popular practice management software.

Ewan is responsible for the development of RapidPay’s financial services used by small law firms and their clients, and is focused on delivering innovative and easy-to-use solutions that allow small law firms to simplify their interactions with financial institutions so they can spend more time on practicing law.