Claire Clarke, managing partner, and Mark Finch, chief finance officer, Mills & Reeve, hope the Thomson Reuters Elite 3E enterprise business management solution will improve the experience of lawyers and clients alike.
As we go through various cloud buzzwords in this series, we will try to provide some context for their logical progression, and then the why’s and how’s of their evolution. This week, we focus on infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS).
There have been several surveys relevant to law firms since the beginning of the year. We pored over many of these, and as a service of sorts, we’ve summarised a handful that we thought would be of interest to business of law professionals.
Effective travel and expense budget management can be tricky. Late expense submissions or miscategorized GL allocations, for example, can wreak havoc for finance and accounting teams. Thankfully, business rules-based expense management solution, combined with policy stipulations on expense submission can significantly lower the challenges that this can pose.
In recent years, law firms have seen a major shift in how their libraries function. As new technology has transformed the legal space and firms face a myriad of unique challenges like mergers, employee departures and cost reductions, law library structures and priorities have transformed.
When law firms first started to promote themselves online their websites were little more than brochures. “This is who we are, this is where to find us and you can phone or email us for more information.”