Legal IT Top 100: The merger of Taylor Joynson Garrett with German firm Wessing to create Taylor Wessing has presented some unique challenges for its IT department. Kieran Flatt reports on the changes required to create a stable pan-European working environment
In technology terms, Taylor Wessing had been suffering from years of under-investment when Tim Hyman joined as IT director some 18 months ago, at what proved to be a defining moment. “Our practice management system was 15 years old; we were on Microsoft NT and an old version of Office,” he says. “There was no document management system, and Exchange was on its last legs.”
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