Your commitment to clients and the longevity of these relationships is the lifeblood of any professional services firm, but how can you perform more strategically to not only maintain revenue but increase it?
The legal industry has changed. Slowing demand, diminishing budgets and a rise in new market entrants has made the legal landscape more competitive than ever. At the same time, today’s clients are seeking greater value and transparency from their legal providers
Conveyancers can start working from home again more efficiently than they did while in the office. This was one of the main lessons learned in DPS Software’s latest webinar ‘Paperless Conveyancing in Lockdown UK’.
The conservative legal industry has finally understood and accepted the importance of collaboration. This has led to collaborative initiatives that encourage the exchange of ideas, experience, and technology trends to help legal firms function better.
Organisations are facing increasingly complex challenges and rising business risk associated with non-compliance to new and existing privacy regulations, data breaches and cybersecurity attacks. But it is data that is tying everything together.
Keeping track of potential business opportunities is key to successfully growing your law firm, whilst some legal firms use a separate CRM system to manage their new enquiries there are benefits to be had to using a single platform for both opportunities and matters.
Automation technology not only helps today’s firms operate more efficiency, but it also adds value to the client relationship by powering faster turnaround, increased responsiveness and higher quality service.
Responding to client requests for information can be one of the most crucial aspects of a successful client proposal process, but how do you ensure that your BD team or those creating the RFI/RFP, have the right information to hand, to enable them to provide a qualified and swift response?