Wilson Legal Solutions and American LegalNet, Inc. (ALN) today announced the formation of a services partnership. The agreement solidifies Wilson Legal Solutions’ relationship with ALN and establishes it as a preferred implementation partner of ALN’s eDockets – Critical Dates docketing, legal forms, and calendaring software.
Law firms realize the greatest value from new technology when users actually use it – and use it well. How can you accelerate the adoption of new technology? Here are six methods that can help you achieve a positive outcome.
Wilson Legal Solutions today announced the availability of enhanced support for Wilson Ideate software with the addition of continued analytics support services, service contracts, and the appointment of Briana Carbone as customer support manager.
Many law firms are taking a hard look at the software they’re using to surface information that supports strategic decisions. To improve a business intelligence (BI) software roll out, we suggest concentrating on these four key areas of focus.
Wilson Legal Solutions to Assist Two Law Firms in the Evaluation of New Practice Management Software
Wilson Legal Solutions today announced that an Am Law 100 firm and a progressive regional law firm have chosen the company’s technology transition advisory services. The firms join a growing list of organizations that have turned to Wilson Legal Solutions for assistance with the evaluation of new practice management software.
Wilson Legal Solutions today announced its systems and information security services, a selection of offerings that enables firms to manage, optimize, and secure software instances and the IT infrastructure and data with less effort, cost, and risk.
As you consider implementing new software at your firm, adding the following four key action items to your to-do list can help you complete these core stages successfully.
It’s budget time in the legal services industry. How much should your firm earmark for disaster recovery and business continuity? This post offers guidance on what to factor into your 2017 plans.
Data validation is an important part of the data conversion process when transitioning to new financial management software. To streamline this effort, validation should be a multi-step process.
New technology enables better ways to complete tasks. Greater efficiency. Better visibility. Tighter security. But how can you streamline the colossal effort involved with implementing new practice management software? Here are the critical success factors I’ve gleaned from my years as a software implementation project manager.
Disaster recovery and business continuation procedures are becoming hot topics as law firms become increasingly dependent on data. For firms without a solid plan in place, the impact of unexpected events could be devastating.
How can your firm make the most of a transition to new software? Focus on these four areas to uncover the strategic benefits of a system conversion or upgrade.
Law firms go to great measures to protect digital assets from outside forces. This same diligence needs to be applied to uphold security in regards to your employee base - past and present.
In the next few years, almost every law firm will be in line for either an upgrade or conversion of their practice management system.
When it comes to the practice of law, attorneys are taught to leave no stone unturned within a case.
When planning a software upgrade or implementation, the industry rule of thumb is that you should allocate approximately 20% of the budget to project management.
More than ever, law firms are focused on identifying ways to run and grow more profitably.
The rate of technology change is increasing at an ever-accelerating rate.
The key to being an effective leader is hiring the right people.
2016 Survey provides great insight into the trends that are reshaping the legal industry.
Law firms must adapt if they want to keep pace with client demand and their own internal growth expectations.
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