Getting the message across
In order to communicate fully with their clients, law firms are having to employ an ever increasing range of technologies, some of which have proved a good deal more reliable and popular than others. Kieran Flatt reports
Law firms now depend on a wide range of technologies to communicate with clients and other service providers. As the legal industry consolidates, many of the surviving firms are operating ever larger networks of offices. Providing effective means of internal communication is increasingly important to ensure consistency of service, distribution of vital know-how and better team working.
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