Business acceptance practices have become more complex and strategic over the past several years as departments have evolved from back office, risk management functions to vital, strategic partners to the organizations they support.
Expense automation technology has most definitely gone mainstream and crossed Geoffrey Moore’s famous chasm. In fact, recent research in PayStream Advisors’ 2018 Travel and Expense Management Insight reportshows that 65% of organizations have adopted automated expense processing solutions – significantly into the category of “late majority” in the bell curve of technology adoption. Among this group, 65% use a dedicated cloud-based expense management software tool.
UK commercial law firm Lupton Fawcett LLP, has selected Lexis® Visualfiles™ to replace its incumbent practice management system. This thriving Yorkshire law firm will roll out the market leading case management solution firmwide, to over 250 staff; and is predicting a 15% saving in overall operating costs with increased innovation and quality of service delivery.
Thomson Reuters Elite today announced that top law firm Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP has selected 3E as it transitions from Enterprise. As part of the multi-product deal, the firm also will utilise Xcelerate Budgeting and Forecasting.
As announced previously, Econocom Group reported H1 2018 revenue of €1,319 million, up 12.8%, 3.8% of which on a like-for-like basis. All the group’s activities registered organic growth for the first half.
Thomson Reuters has acquired OLAP Vision, a Toronto-based producer of budgeting and forecasting, profitability, and financial reporting products under the Xcelerate brand which provides 3E, Enterprise and ProLaw users valuable budgeting and forecasting and financial reporting solutions.
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