Persuading partners to part with their data
Although CRM technology is enjoying a boom, if firms are to ensure their investment is not wasted, there needs to be a focus on why data management should be simplified, clarified and centralised, writes Michael Warren
According to the findings of a recent independent survey conducted by Legal IT, two-thirds of the top 100 law firms are currently investing or will be investing in the next 12 months in customer relationship management (CRM) technology.
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