Practice Management: ERP integration
While client-facing systems and fee earner productivity tools are undoubtedly critical in the law sector, it is equally important for firms to ensure that back-office processes are as efficient as possible, says Kieran Flatt
Experts across the world agree that dynamic and profit-enhancing front-office technology cannot function properly without a really solid and extensively integrated back-office. But the back-office technology suppliers themselves are sending out mixed messages,it seems- and there is no consensus even among firms supplying systems for large law firms, that large scale integration is either desirable or necessary.
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