As the demands for improved financial performance continue to increase for law firms, solutions—technology solutions, specifically—seem to be popping out of the woodwork, all making similar claims about achieving stellar results. Let’s disabuse a few of these notions, starting with the obvious point that not all technology solutions are created equally. That’s OK, of course, as it’s dependent upon what problems a firm is seeking to solve.

Unfortunately, though, some firms have fallen unwittingly into technology application gluttony and find themselves experiencing symptoms of integration overload. Some of these firms have implemented hundreds of applications, and it’s simply too much to manage.

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