A good workflow process, aided by technology, can lead to greater consistency, faster turnaround and higher quality work. Here are a few crucial steps to create efficient workflow processes for your firm.
A law firm isn’t necessarily the type of organisation you would expect needs to focus so much on data and analytics. They take on cases for individuals and businesses, try to reach the best conclusion possible for their clients, and then move on to the next case.
Relying on busy professionals to manually enter ongoing client interactions, communication and meeting information, has traditionally meant that client care initiatives have simply not had the data or visibility required to support them.
There can be many activities a marketing or business development team will be responsible for when trying to expand their digital footprint and attract more qualifies clients, including blogging, social media, website management and digital marketing.
It should be no secret that data volumes and data types continue to explode at unprecedented rates. In order to address these volumes and the evolving business needs a modern organization faces, an 'end-to-end' solution is almost a necessity.
When investing in a technology, it is imperative that the software is adaptable and responds quickly to change, whether these are legislative reforms such as the employment law (minimum wages and pay gap reporting), or environmental law amendments. The focus must be on how quickly the systems can pivot and respond to these changes to remain competitive, efficient, and productive.
It is clear to see that as firms trust in new legal IT to bridge the gap between home working and connecting with clients, a new set of risks have emerged with the wave of opportunities brought by cloud and mobile computing.
One of the most interesting takeaways for me from the finance Briefing Tiger Team session came from Kate Bassett, head of legal project management and process improvement at Ashurst, when she talks about the process being supported by data and educating users to interpret and then act upon the data.
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