According to research, 59% of home movers are getting two or more quotes before selecting their conveyancer as clients look to obtain an immediate quote. Therefore, it’s imperative for firms to be able to provide instant quotes at a time that is most convenient to the client.
Rather than the traditional methods of phone calls or face-to-face visits, home movers are now seeking digital channels to find quotes online in the evenings and on the weekends, when they are not at work.
Times are hard as a criminal lawyer and you don’t need your case management system making it harder. In this webinar, you will discover how our Crime, Legal Aid and Offline Crime software can help you to save time and money, and help you thrive in this increasingly difficult working environment. You will discover how you can work from anywhere without an internet connection and implement a vastly more efficient way of working.
In this free, one-hour webinar, you can see how these systems work and ask any questions that you may have about them.
What to expect
Times are hard as a criminal defence lawyer. That’s why you don’t need your case management system making it harder.
With cuts to Legal Aid, it’s more important than ever to make the best use of your time. Time sat on the train is time wasted. Time that you’ll have to make up in the office later. You’ve got a family to go home to. You don’t want to be sat in the office all evening, finishing off work, do you?
That’s why it is important that you have an effective case management system. A system that automatically records your time. One where you only need to input data once and all your forms are completed. A system that helps, rather than hinders you. That system is DPS.
With the DPS Crime and Legal Aid modules, all of your time is recorded in the correct format automatically, all of your forms are ready, and your work-life balance is vastly improved. Plus, with DPS Offline Crime, you are able to work on the go, from wherever you may be, whether you have an internet connection or not, meaning you can make the most of your valuable time.
Join us this Hallowe’en for a free webinar showing our new online Hub.
The DPS Hub is a single point for DPS Users to discover all they need to know about DPS Software, including useful contacts, our latest news and webinars, software updates, and of course, a library of training materials. The Hub is a simple way for DPS Users to train and solve any issues they may be having.
So you’ve got this shiny new piece of software. Yay!
The US research and consultancy firm, Global Market Insights estimates that the bring your own device (BYOD) market will be worth $367 billion by 2022.
That’s up from $94 billion in 2014.
So what’s the big attraction in bringing your own device to work?
Tikit, part of the BT Group and leading provider of technology solutions for law firms, today announced that their new integration between The Link App and P4W, Tikit’s leading practice and case management application, is now available in the latest release of P4W; version 4.01-02.
Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace is an increasingly talked about topic, and not just by human resources. This can be attributed to recent high-profile cases such as the MeToo movement and some unfavourable gender pay gap reports in the UK, among other factors.
If your law firm still hasn’t found professional indemnity insurance then you shouldn’t worry – providing you act soon. Here’s what you should do.
Those firms that still haven’t got insurance by now will broadly fall into two categories: those who expect to renew their cover easily, and those who are already encountering issues.
If you haven’t started looking for cover
Power of Attorney: How law firms can strengthen cybersecurity
Whitepaper by Travelers
Imagine for a moment how you would conduct business if you were unable to communicate with your clients. What if you could not access your internal case management systems or client data? What if thousands — or millions — of pieces of that data were suddenly stolen and held for ransom?
Last year, British Airways suffered an IT failure which stranded 75,000 passengers, cost up to £150m in compensation and damaged its global reputation. The incident highlighted how essential IT systems are in business today. We need constant access to technology tools and data to do our jobs. What would we do if they were not available? And would it damage our business? This is why all firms, big and small, need a reliable IT disaster recovery plan.
Deciding on what new or replacement software is appropriate for our firms has never been easy: we have to take so many factors into account. Cost is always a critical consideration and now we have to concentrate as well on compliance, effectiveness and response times. Not only that, but security has also become a major concern, as cybercrime and fraud become more prevalent.