The Growing Importance of Legal Technology

The business-aligned model of Enterprise Legal Management requires a more sophisticated IT infrastructure. It also requires an improved attitude about the integration of technology into the day-to-day operations of the corporate legal function.  Traditionally, law departments have been reticent to adopt the use of technology. However, as both the operational demands and a generational legal management changeover occur, we see attitudes and expectations about the role of technology shifting.
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Externally Hosted Practice Management Solutions: Cloud-Based and Software-as-a-Service

The use of externally hosted systems is a hot topic in today’s business technology world.  Once considered a non-starter in legal and intellectual property, there is a new-found openness to the possibility of practice management systems and data residing outside of the traditional “behind-the-firewall” infrastructure model.  The change in approach has followed the broader business technology trend towards more efficient and effective use of external infrastructure available through cloud-based and SaaS systems.
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Challenges in Developing a BPM Solution Approach

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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