Wilson and Star Americas Software Solutions today announced a strategic business partnership. Wilson joins Star in offering professional, technical, and advisory services for its practice management software and Wilson will make available advanced analytics solutions to enhance the software.
Wilson Legal Solutions today announced it has acquired Francisco Consulting Group and the company’s LawDrill suite of inquiry and analytics applications. Jose Hernandez, president of Francisco Consulting Group, is joining the company as LawDrill product manager.
Law firms are facing the prospect of implementing new software more frequently. What is the best approach? Review some of the most common frameworks, methodologies, and tools.
Too often BI is viewed in isolation. The real BI value is in a modern analytic framework that aligns with your firm’s performance management needs.
Firms are successful in strategic planning when preconceived notions are set aside and instead, data and intelligence inform the process – beginning with a solid internal review.
Wilson Legal Solutions today announced the availability of the Wilson Proforma Tracker application. This software enables firms to manage the entire proforma and invoice distribution process with a firmwide-compliant and effective workflow. It allows for advanced front-office editing capabilities and provides valuable insight into the billing process.
The baby boomer generation is rapidly retiring – leaving a large void in the leadership of law firms that did not plan ahead for this eventuality. Given the potential business impact of losing clients when an attorney retires, it would serve law firms well to avoid procrastinating and begin succession planning now.
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.
By bringing together data, insight, and action, firms can take a total performance management approach to operations to achieve a stronger bottom line. See how you can make the most of new tools that enable improvement.
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.
Bo Yancey, Wilson's director of business of law consulting, to explain how Wilson Ideate software can help firms analyze performance through multiple lenses and at varying levels of detail.
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.
The writing is on the wall. It’s time to change practice management systems. How can you trim cost from your software implementation and still get the greatest value? Here are some tips on getting your budget just right.
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.
There are literally million dollar homes that are discounted by a dollar. Apparently to many that makes a difference.
To be productive members of the firm, it’s important that associates drive revenue.
Building a Better Business Development Strategy : Finding Your Sweet Spot through Business Analytics
The ability of your law firm to thrive is predicated on one key pillar of growth – you must develop both new and existing business.