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As most IT implementations do not go to plan, how can IT directors in law firms plan for what is likely to go wrong? Deloitte & Touche dispute consulting partner Frank Ilett shares his views on good contract negotiation, contract management and how to manage potential disputes when the inevitable problems arise
We all know that spending on IT is huge. According to Computer Weekly, in 2003 the total spent in the UK will increase by 7.5% to reach £67.7bn. On average, UK organisations will be spending £2,623 per employee on IT this year. The Office of National Statistics reported that in 2000, law firms spent £155m on the purchase of computers and related IT activity, compared with £64m in 1996.
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