Case Study: Out in front
Having opted to introduce an enterprise portal platform, Dentons enthusiastically brought fee earners on board to move the project forward, writes Kieran Flatt
Many law firms are now coming to the conclusion that they need an enterprise portal – effectively an interface that sits on top of all their firm’s key software applications and displays links to all the information a lawyer is likely to need from a single screen. But back in 2001, when Denton Wilde Sapte began looking seriously for a portal platform there was no encouraging trend of other law firms to follow – a few pioneers, certainly, but most law firms were waiting for someone to dive in first.
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