A rising number of firms are opting for a move into the ERP world. Why? Here are three reasons firms are considering the road less traveled.
Why is it that some system conversions go well, and some don’t? Ultimately it comes down to two critical areas. Here's how to address them.
- Centralized vs Decentralized: Which Conflicts Model Is Better? GalleryAccounting Firms, Advisory Services, Blog, Consulting Firms, Consulting Services, CRM Solutions, Financial Services, Industries, Law Firms, Services, Specialized Expertise
Conflicts and business intake are part of an expanding risk management and compliance function that spans legal business and operations. Explore if a centralized or decentralized approach works best for identifying and clearing conflicts of interest.
- How to Build the Strongest Implementation Team: Who to Invite and Who to Avoid GalleryAccounting Firms, Advisory Services, Blog, Consulting Firms, Consulting Services, Financial Services, Industries, Law Firms, Services, Specialized Expertise
Whom you choose to fill key roles and responsibilities can have a major impact on the outcome and ROI. Here are tips for forming the strongest team.
Firms are successful in strategic planning when deciphering reality from fiction using competitive intelligence and market awareness.
Focus on these five areas to be better able to determine exactly what you’re signing up for to avoid surprises later.
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.
- Challenging Analytics Complacency: 4 Key Areas Law Firms Should Be Targeting GalleryAccounting Firms, Advisory Services, Blog, Consulting Firms, Consulting Services, Financial Services, Industries, Law Firms, LawDrill Inquiry & Analytics, Services, Software, Specialized Expertise, Wilson Ideate
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.
- Better Strategic Planning: The Most Important Questions to Ask Before You Begin GalleryAccounting Firms, Advisory Services, Blog, Consulting Services, Financial Services, Industries, Law Firms, Services, Specialized Expertise
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.
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.