Demands for efficiency and cost cutting can make a firm feel worn thin, but that doesn’t mean accruing unnecessary costs or rendering an otherwise expert to a “Jack of all Trades.” With managed service providers tailoring services to law firms, legal has the option to recalibrate its spending strategy, freeing up resources and potentially cutting costs.

“As the reliance on information technology in business continues to grow, a managed service provider (MSP), specifically one that has experience with the legal industry, can offer substantial returns on investments firms make in IT,” said Joseph Marquette, president & founder of Accellis Technology Group. “Because MSPs serve and support hundreds of different environments, firms that utilize them for services have the luxury of capitalizing on the knowledge gained in areas of centralized services and automation, monitoring and remediation, cybersecurity, application development and legal software consulting.”

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