Elite 3E yields significant return on investment for Maurice Blackburn

Rupert White Posted By Rupert White
from Burlington Media Group

Maurice Blackburn (MB) was one of the first firms in Australia to partner with Elite, a Thomson Reuters business, when the Elite Enterprise platform was first launched in the Australian market in 2003. MB required a robust system with a solid financial foundation that could handle the firm's rapid organic growth over time. Firm management decided on Enterprise, because it was the most suitable product in the market and because of Elite's market leadership and reputation as global provider of legal enterprise solutions.

When ELITE 3E was initially released, the MB management team was initially reticent to investigate this new solution.  However, upon a review of the platform, the team recognized that the majority of their very specific billing and reporting requirements could finally be met. The 3E platform is designed from the ground up on Microsoft .NET and provides an integrated development environment (IDE) that enables firms to become more agile in responding to client needs. Firms are able to incorporate new features with speed and reliability not possible with prior technologies. This represents a fundamental shift that empowers firms to take control over personalizing their solution, thus reducing the total cost of ownership....

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