Our Web360 package was created for firms of all sizes, in order to free up fee-earners time and improve data accuracy. Web360 also removes the process of manually handling data by automatically unifying data from various sources into a single origin - your PMS.
Now that we are 18 months into the passing of the General Data Protection Regulations the legal sector have three strong motivators (other than their own desire to offer the highest level of professional services) to protect their data.
Automation is becoming so important for law firms today that even the American Bar Association is encouraging more legal professionals to adopt business automation services. Legal automation software makes law firms more efficient, more profitable, and gives attorneys and staff more time to focus on clients by simplifying processes essential to day-to-day operations. Once you discover the many benefits of automating the different processes in your law firm, you’ll realize the rewards of doing so, as well.
Our UK team has been actively making connections and meeting customers throughout the busy autumn LegalTech events & networking season in London, including Legal Innovators, Legal Geek, Legal Support Network & NetDocuments Elevate EMEA 2019. These events brought together the top minds and leaders in UK Legal Technology in the form of talks, presentations, panels and networking.
Where duty of care is concerned, protection of client monies is one of the highest priorities for law firms. As well as financial security being an obvious responsibility, it’s a vital regulatory obligation too.
Lawyers working in today’s market must be able to collaborate. Its global, inter-disciplinary and technologically enhanced nature make it a must. Not doing so leaves Lawyers and law firms at risk of being left behind.
Data is a vital asset to every modern legal practice. It is the backbone of both case and business continuity and without it, almost any firm today would cease to operate. As data sets grow continuously, law firms are becoming ever more reliant on third party cloud-based systems to manage and store most, if not all of their business-critical data.
The legal industry is utilising more technology than ever before. Law firms understand that in order to be considered as a leader in their respective fields, incorporating both legal IT and the knowledge to power it is now essential.
When you think about compliance, the word workflow doesn’t immediately spring to mind. Yet it should. Workflows allow a firm to provide a consistent level of service to their customers, ensuring that tasks are undertaken by those with appropriate levels of skill. A top-level fee earner shouldn’t be spending time sending out Ts & Cs and similarly, secretaries shouldn’t be examining title deeds.
All too often law firms miss opportunities to supply their services to those who need it, simply because they’ve created a website that looks good on the outside, but their online presence is badly managed, under performing and not always readily visible to prospects.