Small / Medium Sized firms: Laying the right foundations
Advanced and complex technology is finding its way into even the smallest law firms as clients demand an ever more seamless delivery of information. Keeping these clients happy though is no mean feat. Kieran Flatt reports
Long gone are the days when advanced and complex technology was the sole preserve of global and national behemoths at the top-end of the legal market. Smaller legal practices are under pressure from clients that view their work product as a commodity and IT-based delivery and reporting systems are often taken for granted. As any small firm’s IT manager will know, integrating the practice’s simple back-office function with a large number of complex financial systems to keep the clients happy is no mean feat.
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