Document Management: Coming Attractions
Document management systems have become the centre-piece for many law firms' IT functions, but what does the future hold for those firms seeking to invest and improve? Kieran Flatt investigates
Document management systems (DMS’) may be, in the words of a senior executive at one of the main vendors, “a thoroughly boring area of technology”, but for most large and many medium-sized firms, they are also the lynchpin of the IT function. Documents are a firm’s lifeblood: we have heard it all before. But the winds of change are once again blowing through the legal industry segment of the document and content management systems (CMS’) market.
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