Just Released!  The 2017 MarketView for ELM

The highly anticipated release OF Hyperion's MarketView Report:  Enterprise Legal Management is finally here! NEW FOR 2017!  Incorporating over 500 hours of industry benchmarking, primary interviews, client references and vendor briefings, the report provides an invaluable resource for General Counsel and Legal Operations Managers to understand the leading trends in corporate legal department management, and the software solutions landscape.
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When an Invoice Is No Longer Just an Invoice

For over 20 years, the Legal Consultants community (that I happen to be part of) has implemented sound e-Billing solutions to handle the demand for largely US-centric invoicing requirements with a great degree of success (mostly). We did our part to capture critical details on spending to enable corporations to satisfy the needs and wants of key decision makers who want to scrutinize expenses and trends and keep an eye on the bottom line “management” of legal expenses.
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Insights Poll: The Process Stakes Have Been Raised

Spend Management Has Become Table Stakes – Process May Now Be Taking Center Stage When it comes to analytics, the legal ecosystem as a whole spends an amazing amount of energy on understanding spend. In fact, Hyperion Research has found that 98% of legal organizations report on and consume spend management metrics; it is by far the most prolific and mature metric in legal. However, Hyperion’s recent polling produced a surprising insight: when asked about what metric they deemed most relevant, only 9% of legal operations managers reported spend management. Is this some sort of cognitive dissonance?
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Guiding Principles: Planning and Executing Successful Transformation

Organizational change is part art, part science.  Understanding the myriad of factors is critical: corporate culture, industry and business factors, management and staff personalities, commitment to change, availability of resources, etc.  Change management is a specialty in and of itself.
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Hyperion Announces 2015 Update to ELM MarketView Report

Hyperion is pleased to announce the publication of the 2015 Update to it's widely acclaimed MarketViewTM Report:  Enterprise Legal Management:  e-Billing and Matter Management Systems for Corporations.
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Transforming Legal Service Delivery - the ELM Solution Accelerator

Transforming Legal Service Delivery The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner November 3-4, 2015 Hyperion Research presents a truly one-of-a-kind event - the Solution Accelerator Conference.  We bring Law Department operations managers together with leading Industry Experts and ELM Solution Providers in a highly interactive forum focused on success in Enterprise Legal Management.
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Finding Value In E-Billing

Hyperion's newest TrendView™ Report seeks to better understand a topic that has never previously been reported on: the costs - real and realized - to law firms of using third-party e-billing systems required by their clients.
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Mobility - The Next Frontier of Content Management

Smartphones and tablets are not merely the legal professional’s gadgets de rigueur, but have rapidly established themselves as critical productivity tools.  Legal operations managers are moving quickly to meet the needs and demands of a consistent wave of evolving and emerging mobile technologies.  Mobility has been added to the landscape of legal IT solutions.
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The Rising Prominence of Cloud DMS

The use of externally hosted systems is a hot topic in today’s legal technology world.  Once considered a non-starter, there is an emerging openness to the use of 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.  Document management has followed a similar course with a keen interest in law firms and corporate law departments evaluating these new models.
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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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