Traveling Coaches, the legal industry’s experts at gaining user adoption of technology, today announced that Boston-based Sullivan & Worcester selected Traveling Coaches’ OnGuard Security Awareness program to create lasting behavior change in how people use technology.
Billing Transparency Tool Enhances Client Relationships by Providing Complete Insight Prior to Invoicing
Thomson Reuters Elite, part of the Legal business of Thomson Reuters, today announced it has entered in an Integration partnership with No Surprises Software to benefit 3E, Enterprise, and ProLaw clients with complete billing transparency.
Moon Beever, a law firm reputed for its expertise in insolvency and debt recovery, as well as areas such as private client and property; continues its serious investment in technology by choosing to deploy enterprise-grade business management solution, LexisOne™, from LexisNexis® Enterprise Solutions, a leading provider of technology solutions for law firms.
ARX and Phoenix Launch the CoSign Connector for WorkSite
ARX, the market leader in digital signature solutions, and Phoenix, a global provider of innovative software solutions and consultancy for professional services firms, have teamed up to create the CoSign Connector for HP Autonomy WorkSite (iManage).
In his guest post "Big law, small law, new law, old law… it’s bigger than that" on Brian Inkster's The Time Blog, Ben Wightwick said, "Currently there are, broadly speaking, four types of CIOs: Chief Integration Officer; Chief Innovation Officer; Chief Infrastructure Officer and Chief Intelligence Officer. All CIOs will fall into one of these main camps." His comment really got me thinking. There is the old joke that CIO actually stands for "Career Is Over." But are there only four types of CIOs? I sat down with my extensive electronic Rolodex and started searching out other types of CIOs. In no particular order, this is what I found:
Extends Position as Leader in Risk Management Software for Law Firms
Intapp, Inc., a global leader in legal software, today announced the acquisition of The Frayman Group (TFG), a company offering risk management software for law firms. With this move, Intapp further extends its position as the leading provider of risk management software for the legal industry, offering broadly adopted products that streamline new business intake, conflicts management, information security and professional compliance.
Forresters, a firm of UK and European Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys, has chosen CRM solution Lexis® InterAction® from LexisNexis® Enterprise Solutions, a leading provider of content and technology solutions. The solution is initially being deployed across two offices in the UK.
To Enable Faster, Easier and More Informed eDiscovery Strategy Decisions
Epiq Systems, Inc., a leading provider of managed technology for the global legal profession, today announced the general availability of version 1.2 of its eDiscovery software, Epiq Analytics™.
Client demand and comprehensive text analytics were key drivers for New York firm
kCura , developers of the e-discovery software Relativity , today announced that Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP has licensed Relativity for in-house use, with hosting and infrastructure provided by Iris Data Services. Patterson Belknap has more than 200 attorneys and 20 practice groups representing a diverse client base.
Full-service law firm, Gorvins, has implemented the Proclaim Practice Management Software solution from Eclipse Legal Systems. The South Manchester-based practice employs 100 staff and provides a full range of legal services for its clients which include blue chip organisations, SMEs, entrepreneurs, public sector and regulatory bodies, and private individuals.
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