Posts Tagged ‘workflow’

ABS: No crystal ball required

So just what is going to happen to the legal services industry (and in particular the retail end of the market) once ABSs are with us at the end of this year? Looking at how the conveyancing industry has evolved over the course of the last decade provides a clear blueprint.  This arena has already […]

oscre oscre bravo

In the current challenging market conditions, IT is one of the great levellers of competition in the legal services market place.  And for IT systems to be effective, standardisation is the key. Those of you working in the field of conveyancing may well have come across Oscre (or Pisces as it was known as in […]

to scan or not to scan

The paperless office concept is up and running in many law firms; but is it right for your practice? Whatever the size of your firm, reducing the amount of paper consumption at any level will have a positive impact; on back office costs, and the speed of transactions. We have worked with a number of […]

is your case management system earning it’s keep?

Posted by | Filed under case management, IT, legal, workflow | Jun 19, 2010 | Tags: , , , | No Comments

The vast majority of legal matters are now run through some kind of a case management system these days, but are you confident that you’re getting your money’s worth out of yours?  In many cases, firms are often only using a small percentage of the functionality of these systems, and it’s often a relatively easy […]

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