Can you imagine if we were still using a horse and cart to till a field, or sailing on a ship for 30 days to get to Australia? Innovation is inarguably good, but these days trying to keep up can feel a bit like being on a treadmill that never stops. However, to run a good race, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. By rethinking how you use the most basic, essential technology solutions every day, you can achieve real innovation.
When organizations invest in technology, they expect something in return. Common expectations in the legal industry include improving service delivery, making work processes more efficient and boosting staff productivity.
The current infrastructure options available to law firms make investing less on infrastructure and more on valuable technologies difficult because they are complex, siloed and costly to maintain and upgrade.