Law firms are people-centric organizations; so your firm’s success depends on finding and retaining the best possible talent and leveraging your employees’ experience and knowledge to deliver value to your clients.
To overcome common barriers to CRM success, today’s law ﬁrms need software tools that can automate the capture of client interactions, enable cross-practice business development initiatives, and provide critical insights around the ﬁrm’s relationships and growth initiatives.
A couple years ago, Google did some retooling to Gmail. Some of those changes—like self-destructing emails and information right management (IRM)—created some new challenges for attorneys and others in involved in e-discovery operations.
As I write this there is an emerging sense of movement towards an eventual release from lockdown restrictions. News updates from around the world detail gradual and tentative steps towards what is being described at the “New Normal”.
Traditionally, KM has centred around organising and managing matter-centric documents. However, as the legal landscape has evolved, so too has KM itself. Savvy firms are now looking to KM to deliver integrated and automated systems that enhance client service, drive firm growth and quickly adapt to the changing needs of the market.
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