SNEAK PEEK: Value, Priority and Investment in Legal ECM

Hyperion Research is preparing to release our MarketViewTM Report: Document Management Systems for Legal, updated for 2015.  As a high priority solution area, DMS is critical to how legal professionals create, manage and use their work product. Our coverage focuses on core document management capabilities, with a view of the broader context that clients are seeking from solutions that address the array of specialized content management needs, including structured and unstructured content.
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Despite Broad Adoption of DMS, Challenges Persist

Document management systems (DMS) are well-recognized as one of the highest priority solution areas for law firms and corporate law departments.  DMS sits at the core of how legal professional create, manage and use their work product, and how they collaborate among colleagues, clients and outside partners.  Representative of its importance, our research has shown that DMS is relatively well-established in both law firms and law departments.  Almost 80% of legal organizations report that they are using some form of system-based DMS; of DMS-enabled organizations, 65% report that at least half of their professionals are using the system.
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Enterprise Information Management for Legal

The role of information management has taken center stage as a critical IT issue facing legal practice management.
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NEW SURVEY: Use and Adoption of DMS in Legal

OUR 2015 SURVEY OF TRENDS IN DMS FOR LEGAL IS NOW OPEN! Hyperion Research's ongoing survey programs help us benchmark and analyze leading trends and issues in legal operations and performance - and report them to YOU.
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Paperless Work Environments for IPM

While historically paper-intensive, the legal profession is quickly digitizing. Electronic-based work processes offer cost savings, improved quality and more-efficient work product.  Implementing a paperless work environment is particularly important to creating an effective IP program.  We find that document management systems (DMS) are an increasingly critical element in the overall integrated IPM environment.
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