Workshare announces new partnership with Tiger Eye to enhance law firm investment in new technology
Today, Workshare announces a new partnership with Tiger Eye, specialists in advising legal firms on how to maximize their investment in technology. The partnership will allow customers to utilize Tiger Eye’s consultative approach to understand best practices for legal IT and get the most from Workshare solutions and its bundled offering with iManage.
Law firms globally are looking to technology and innovation as a source of competitive advantage and as a differentiator. However, with tightly controlled budgets, it’s important to deploy technology that will make the biggest impact in terms of lawyer productivity and client success. Workshare and iManage are already delivering cost-effective and innovative legal-specific IT solutions for document management, production, review and security. Now, Tiger Eye bring their high-level expertise in legal IT to help firms in EMEA using these services to deploy them in the most efficient way, ensuring maximum return on investment.
David Bullock, former Director of IT of well-known law firm Ward Hadaway, now Director of Client Services at Tiger Eye, commented: “Having worked in the legal IT community for 20 years, I can easily identify how the Workshare and iManage offerings have helped law firms become more efficient and more aware of data security in everyday work.” He also added: “After the launch of their latest integrations, Tiger Eye can endorse Workshare and iManage’s strategy of creating co-roadmaps that make law firms more efficient and solve the security issues in the industry.”
Anthony Foy, Workshare CEO, commented: “By teaming up with Tiger Eye, we are confident of being even better equipped to meet the business needs of our clients in the legal sector and of delivering efficiency-enhancing solutions. We have joined forces in a common mission to assist customers with the industry’s data security risks.”
Through Tiger Eye’s expert consultancy, law firms will have advice on upcoming projects involving iManage and Workshare.