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.
Pinnacle has always had a strong flow of business intelligence work, typically focused on finance and providing pure financial data. But increasingly we’re seeing other business services teams seeking insight through tools such as Microsoft’s Power BI.
Whether you’re a lawyer or IT professional in a law firm, you have a natural understanding of the threats that surround you. Threats of competition, mistakes in compliance, potential human error and the overall stressful nature of maintaining a successful practice and delivering exceptional value to your clients.
The days of grinding out 80-hour weeks in the office on top of a long daily commute are over. Whether it’s flexible hours, flexible location, work-from-home or going “part time,” law firms are changing their ways and opening the door to new policies that benefit both employees and the bottom line. With the right strategy, your firm can use this perk to make a real profit.
LexisNexis has released a new index, the Gross Legal Product, that tracks the peaks and troughs of demand across the legal market. It highlights the legal Practice Areas most hit by COVID-19 and those with the most to gain.
COVID-19 has highlighted many things but the current approach to this Coronavirus outbreak has highlighted how important good data, thorough data collection of available data and strong data management is.
Following on from part 1, the focus in this post is on specific consolidation scenarios followed by an invite to a webinar on Thursday 18th June on Consolidated Reporting at 14:30 GMT (1.30 PM). We will include On-premise, Azure Cloud and Consolidated Report samples in the Webinar. The target audiences are Law Firms and Systems Integrators.
Humans, generally speaking, do not enjoy change. Our desire to avoid it is well documented. Most of us will walk the same route to work each day. We will order our favourite food from a takeaway restaurant, rather than try something new. We find the familiar comforting. However, most of us are also aware that change is necessary. Essential even.