By Russ Haskin, Senior Director, Business of Law Consulting This post is part of a series: Part 1. The path to the cloud's silver lining As discussed in the [...]
By Russ Haskin, Senior Director, Business of Law Consulting This post is part of a series: Part 2. Alignment with vendor vital when assessing cloud options As my former [...]
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Explore why and how your firm can advance its analytics maturity model to develop an actionable capability and a more client-centric mindset.
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Professional services firms are placing much greater emphasis on client centricity. A fundamental representation of this emphasis is tied to how firms measure success.