Successful Automation – Sometimes It’s Best to Start Simple

Embarking on a process automation initiative, whether a first foray, retiring an older technology or upgrading existing workflow capabilities, can sometimes be overwhelming for the sheer flexibility and power presented by today’s Business Process Management suites.   These suites are specifically built to manage all manner of process flows from the very simple to the very complex, including data transformations and user interactions that can wholly change the way a firm operates.
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The Need for More Sophisticated Business Process Management

Business process management, or BPM, is a well-established practice and solution category in the general enterprise technology market.  The human-centric capabilities of BPM—as opposed to back-end, technical process and integration automation—are of particular interest to law firms as they seek ways to improve their work efficiency, resource utilization and client satisfaction.   The emergence and maturity of matter management-oriented solutions in the BPM market has brought a wealth of options to law firms.
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Automation Tools are Critical Enablers of BPM

As law firms work to implement and master their BPM initiatives, automation technologies are considered a critical enabler. Historically, firms have largely implemented process automation through their core legal applications and embedded “workflow” features in such areas as practice management, document management, or time and billing systems. These workflows were often disparate and disconnected, focusing on specific processes—they accomplished a specific purpose but did not deliver benefit from a more holistic and integrated approach to process optimization.
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New Survey Now OPEN: Corporate Legal Technology

OUR CORPORATE LEGAL TECHNOLOGY SURVEY IS NOW OPEN! Hyperion Research's ongoing survey programs help us benchmark and analyze leading trends and issues in legal operations and performance.
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Guiding Principles for Selecting a New BPM Solution

The use of Business Process Management (BPM) systems to automate and streamline operations is an increasingly critical consideration for law firms. Core processes such as new business intake, conflict clearance, check requests, new employee provisioning, lateral intake and expense management are examples of high priority focus areas for BPM.
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Hyperion Insights Presents

We are thrilled to introduce the launch of our Insight Series, where words matter, quality counts, and our professionals openly share their knowledge and experience on the latest trends, changes, and research in law firm and corporate legal technology and business management issues.  We do not try to be all things to all people, and focus only on the areas that we believe we know better than anyone else. 
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