2021-06-23T10:32:05+00:00Jun 22 2021|By Rob Beisswenger, Senior Director Implementations, North America|
Landscape transformation is a significant undertaking. How can your firm trim cost from its software implementation and still get the greatest value? Here are some tips on getting your budget just right.
2022-07-22T12:56:51+00:00May 19 2021|By Wilson Allen, Marketing|
When you consider the success of an implementation project, training and adoption are where your firm realizes most of its ROI. Janis Richman describes how you can encourage a learning culture and effectively address the people side of change.
Developing a client-centric culture requires businesses to run as efficiently as possible. For many, that means migrating to the cloud. Here are 5 key considerations to help your firm get the greatest value from its ascent.
2021-04-28T15:24:11+00:00Apr 28 2021|By Russ Haskin, Senior Director, Business of Law|
There are emerging value-based characteristics that need to be incorporated into decisions about partner compensation. This post discusses some of these characteristics and how they relate to developing a more client-centric culture.
2021-04-28T20:01:28+00:00Feb 18 2021|By Russ Haskin, Senior Director, Business of Law|
Inconsistency in how your firm handles data not only impacts reporting and causes frustration for data consumers, it can hinder strategic decisions, leading your firm down the wrong path. Russ Haskin offers these suggestions to straighten the course.
2022-07-22T12:57:14+00:00Feb 4 2021|By Wilson Allen, Marketing|
There is every incentive for firms to drive user adoption of technology as it will increase the percentage of time billed by attorneys and increase profitability. Need more reasons? Read this post by Sue Pasfield.
2021-01-28T20:23:59+00:00Jan 25 2021|By Jason Kennedy, CRM Consultant|
Now that firms are beginning to scale back their pandemic-related austerity measures, some emerging trends in legal marketing are beginning to reveal themselves. Jason Kennedy explains what they are and how you can prepare.
2020-11-17T16:01:59+00:00Nov 17 2020|By John Attinger, Senior Director of Training|
How can your firm derive greater value from its investments in technology? By enhancing its approach to change management and taking a goal-based approach to training. Here are some suggestions for accomplishing this objective at your firm.
2020-09-03T12:54:02+00:00Sep 3 2020|By Wilson Allen, Marketing|
With the rising tide of data in our increasingly digital world, professional services firms are in dire need of better data management strategies. Here are our top tips for maintaining your business and operational data.
2020-07-27T13:00:28+00:00Jul 14 2020|By Wilson Allen, Marketing|
In the fourth of our legal CRM webinar series, Intapp’s Christopher Raymond and Wilson Allen’s Michael Warren focused on the data component of successful legal CRM implementations and the shift many firms are experiencing now, starting with the need for CRM transformation. Here are key takeaways.
2020-07-07T12:58:59+00:00Jul 7 2020|By Mike Madden, Senior Business Consultant|
Around the world, law firms of all sizes have taken on different approaches to how they manage their risk and compliance obligations. As your firm considers its approach, here are some points to keep in mind to ensure your risk and compliance efforts fall within your firm’s comfort zone.
As the dust settles and firms return to some form of business as usual, how do you steer through the economic impact of the pandemic? The good news is you have a tool that is readily available to help you answer this question – the data life cycle.
2020-06-11T13:18:35+00:00Jun 11 2020|By Wilson Allen, Marketing|
Read a summary this webinar featuring Intapp’s Ryan McCrosson and Wilson Allen’s Anne Reavis. Each shared best practices for achieving CRM transformation and reviewed four key components that are essential to enable effective change.
As the world faces the implications of the global pandemic and looks forward to recovery, we must build resilience to deal with uncertainty and risk. One way law firms can do so is by taking steps now to make business process improvements. Here’s how.
By deploying a client feedback program and using the results as a tool for business improvement, firms can increase their competitive advantage. See how we implemented our program with support from ClearlyRated.
2020-01-02T13:59:26+00:00Dec 17 2019|By Alex Klamkin, Director, Systems and Information Security|
To run as profitably as possible, the systems that professional services firms rely on to support operations must run at peak performance. Here's why the time to identify your go-to people is when everything is running smoothly, not when your system is down.
2020-06-10T13:34:07+00:00May 14 2019|By Wilson Allen, Marketing|
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.
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.
2018-12-06T04:39:14+00:00Sep 5 2017|By Russ Haskin, Senior Director, Business of Law|
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.
2018-12-06T04:39:03+00:00May 2 2017|By Bo Yancey, Vice President, Data & Analytics|
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.
2018-12-06T04:38:58+00:00Apr 4 2017|By Mead Sarrett, Senior Business of Law Consultant|
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.
2019-03-22T17:51:57+00:00Oct 26 2016|By Jennifer Hallett, Vice President, Financial Systems|
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.
2018-12-06T04:38:25+00:00Sep 22 2016|By Alex Klamkin, Director, Systems and Information Security|
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.
See how we’ve helped your peers get better performance from their software and the people who use it.