OPINION: The global IT gamble
International law firms need new technological solutions to service their clients. Those who do it well will reap huge dividends, says Dr Brian Collins
As large law firms throughout the world grow to become global enterprises, they are starting to re-examine the role of information technology in providing clients with excellent global service and the effect IT has on their internal efficiencies. All are discovering an increasing need to emphasise ‘information’ as opposed to ‘technology’ within the term IT.
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