Benchmarking 2003 technology trends
As the financial climate continues to trouble firms around the country, more are looking at what their competitors are implementing and deciding what will give them the greatest return on investment, writes Julian Cranwell
In the current financial climate, many law firms, along with businesses in most other commercial sectors, are coming under pressure to reduce their IT expenditure, both on staff and IT procurement, in a bid to satisfy the partnership’s need to control costs.
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