Econocom, a European player specialising in the digital transformation of organisations, posted revenue of €1,929 million for the first nine months of 2017, compared with €1,735 million in September 2016, i.e. a 11.2% rise in reported data, 6.9% of which was organic.
London law firm Bristows is utilising a Qlik legal solution from Informance to speed up its time-recording process, improve billing and accelerate cash flow throughout the firm. It’s Qlik legal dashboards, developed by Informance, give partners and staff all the financial analytical data they need to make faster, more informed business decisions.
Addleshaw Goddard has introduced its Intelligent Delivery concept, at the firm's inaugural Legal Technology & Innovation Summit, which saw forward thinkers from the likes of Microsoft, Network Rail & Royal Mail discuss how they are shaping the way in-house teams collaborate with law firms and drive innovation through disruptive thinking and technology.
Following the resounding success of 'AG Elevate', originally launched in November 2016, Addleshaw Goddard has launched its 2018 programme to support FinTech growth with an expanded programme for participants.
As part of their investment in innovation, international law firm Simmons & Simmons has today announced the adoption of Workshare Transact as their new transaction management application. The software runs deal checklists online to create efficiency, drive productivity and improve stakeholder communication.
Thomson Reuters and Clifford Chance have expanded their recent collaboration to provide services to financial institutions who must comply with new post-trade transparency requirements as mandated by the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II).
Conveyancing volumes sank by 14% to 210,964 in the second quarter of this year, according to the latest Search Acumen conveyancing market tracker, which also says ‘Despite the shrinking number of firms, the average monthly caseload per firm dropped by 13%, from 59 in the first quarter to 51 in the second – the lowest quarterly figure since the middle of 2014.’