Marketing & BD

Win more clients for your conveyancing practice with our online quoting software. Your prospective clients can visit your website and have a quote for your services in a matter of minutes. This data is then automatically pulled through to a new client in DPS thanks to our matter inception software, saving you time and making your staff more efficient. This webinar will show you this software in action, and in it we will discuss:

  • Online quoting
  • Client inception

If you are unable to attend, complete the form anyway and we will send you the recording.

New research by leading provider of business applications for professional services firms, Intapp, has shown that UK law firms consider intelligent automation to be an important factor in driving growth and efficiency, yet there is a significant gap between this recognition and the actual investment in deploying these technologies. While 86% of UK firms believe automation is an important factor in managing client terms, just 17% have actually adopted the technology to implement this. 

Wilson Legal Solutions, a leading provider of software and services that help professional services organizations improve business performance, today announced that Colleen Osborne has joined the company to accelerate its growth outside of the legal industry. Based in the greater Boston area, Osborne will support the legal market in the New England region while developing client relationships in the accounting and consulting markets throughout North America and the United Kingdom.

Smaller law firms can use video effectively to win new clients if you avoid these pitfalls

Video is the rising star of internet content. Cisco predicts that video will account for over 80% of all online consumer internet traffic in the next few years. Already, one in three of us in the UK view watch at least one online video a week – that’s 20 million people!

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Conveyancing specialist Red Rose Law is implementing the new Compact solution from Eclipse Legal Systems, the sole Law Society endorsed legal software provider. 

Red Rose Law is an ambitious new firm providing specialist expertise in both private and commercial conveyancing and property law. The firm has quickly gained a proud reputation for excellent client-focused service in the Lancashire region.

Thomson Reuters Elite, part of the Legal business of Thomson Reuters, today announced that top 100 UK law firm Howard Kennedy has selected 3E® in order to provide timely and accurate business information, increase lawyer and firm-wide efficiencies, and realize significant back-office improvements. The firm has also chosen to utilize 3E Data Insights and Xcelerate Budgeting and Forecasting.

Caseflow Pty Ltd, a provider of the industry-leading workflow platform for law firms in Australia, and Wilson Legal Solutions, a leading provider of software and services that help professional services organizations improve business performance, today announced a partnership agreement at ILTACON 2018 in National Harbor, Md. Wilson will provide implementation and training services in the United States for new installations of the Caseflow Acumen Suite, which helps law firms organize their workflows and cases.

Tikit, part of the BT Group and leading provider of technology solutions for law and professional services firms, today announced its ‘usability first’ initiative which highlights how its flagship Carpe Diem time recording platform and the popular Tikit eMarketing suite have all added UI/UX-specific enhancements. Driven by Tikit product management and the leadership team, usability and continued acceleration and advancement of the law firm user experience are the most critical characteristic of Tikit solutions.

Word of mouth is one of the oldest forms of marketing but still one of the most effective. 89% of us will tell our friends and family about a positive experience with a company and 38% will post about it on social media, according to research by Yonder Digital Group. However, we’re almost (84%) as likely to share a bad experience and 31% said we would flag up examples of poor customer service on social media.

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