Briefing September 2017: Sectoral feeling

Resource - 29/08/2017 : Allen & Overy, alternative fee arrangements, Baker McKenzie, bias, briefing magazine, business development, client relationship management, cms, collaboration, cross-selling, dwf, enterprise resource management, events, foot anstey, freshfields bruckhaus deringer, GDPR, highq, imanage, insurance, lexisnexis, marketing, mergers, negotiation, osborne clarke, performance management, pricing, sectors, thomson reuters elite, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance, Technology

Sectoral feeling
 

Legal business leaders say a sector strategy gets firms closer to strategic goals as well as their clients, with firm input from Baker McKenzie, Allen & Overy...

BA Insight video: Bring Lexis Search Advantage to your SharePoint intranet

Video - 02/06/2017 : Analytics, enterprise search, intranet, knowledge management, Lexis Search Advantage, lexisnexis, sharepoint, Technology

Video length: 31mins 56secs 

In this video Mike Gregory, director, systems engineering at BA Insight joins with Steve Hess, director or LSA client engagement at...

Industry analysis from LexisNexis: Human touchpoints

Resource - 27/03/2017 : briefing, lexisnexis, practice management, practice management software, Technology

This article was originally featured as an industry analysis in the March issue of Briefing. To read the issue in full, download...

Briefing March 2017: Aiming for inequality?

Resource - 06/03/2017 : barclays, briefing, dentons, imanage, lexisnexis, shoosmiths, stephenson harwood, travers smith, UK top 100, UK top 100 law firms, women in leadership, women in legal, Finance, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Technology

Aiming for inequality?
 

Briefing asks three leaders at top 100 law firms for a take on whether diversity talk is turning into appropriate action

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Industry analysis from LexisNexis: For a change?

Resource - 27/01/2017 : briefing, General, law firm management, lexisnexis, Panicos Iordanou, The Law Society

This article was also featured as an industry analysis in the May 2016 issue of Briefing. To read the issue in full, download Briefing...

Industry interview with LexisNexis UK: One for all

Resource - 25/01/2017 : briefing, business management software, case management, CRM, David Espley, enterprise resource planning, legal software, lexisnexis, workflow software, Technology

This article was also featured as an industry interview in the June 2016 issue of Briefing. To read the issue in full, ...

Industry case study from LexisNexis: Profits in prcess

Case Study - 20/01/2017 : legal it, legal technology, lexisnexis, Martyn Wells, visualfiles, Wright Hassall, Technology

This article was also featured as an industry case study in the September 2016 issue of Briefing. To read the issue in full, ...

Industry analysis from LexisNexis: A blissful Brexit?

Resource - 18/01/2017 : brexit, Dave Harris, General, lexisnexis

This aritcle was also featured as an industry analysis in the October 2016 issue of Briefing. To read the issue in full, ...

Compliance specialist Cordery selects Lexis InterAction for their CRM

News Article - 19/09/2016 : client relationship management system, compliance specialist, cordery, CRM, general council, lexis interaction, lexisnexis, lexisnexis enterprise solutions, tech, Technology, Technology

Cordery, a compliance advisory and solutions business, is deploying customer relationship management (CRM) solution, Lexis® InterAction...

Briefing September 2016: Purchasing powers

Resource - 06/09/2016 : Canon, change, clyde & co, dac beachcroft, digital, digitisation, flexible working, glaxosmithkline, gva acuity, hogan lovells, imanage, ince & co, lexisnexis, lod baker & mckenzie, management information, outside counsel, procurement, project management, reverse auction, Technology, transformation, Finance, Marketing & BD, Technology

Purchasing powers
 

How procurement leadership helped GlaxoSmithKline get a tighter grip on its costs.
 

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Briefing June 2016: Flexible futures

Resource - 06/06/2016 : absenteeism, Allen & Overy, ashurst, brand, Brodies, china, client service, collaboration, contractors, dla piper, flexible resourcing, G3 Comms, Herbert Smith Freehills, lexisnexis, michelmores, minisoft, netdocuments, Peerpoint, presenteeism, thomson reuters elite, unified communications, videoconferencing, Human Resources, Marketing & BD

Flexible futures
 

Could contractors create yet another wave of competition for traditional law firms?
 

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Briefing May 2016: Game changers

Resource - 10/05/2016 : agile working, BLM, brexit, change management, clifford chance, collaboration, compliance, dwf, Gateley, Hill Dickinson, imanage, Informance, lexisnexis, pricing, self-service reporting, tlt, transformation, unified communications, value, whistleblowing, Human Resources, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance, Technology

Game changers
 

How legal business is learning and leading transformation of the working environment.
 

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Building a business case for CRM

Resource - 23/12/2015 : CRM, lexisnexis, Marketing & BD, Technology

Acknowledge costs, build a case, make a plan

CRM requires software, hardware, people, data hygiene, planning time, consulting expertise, system downtime, a few dashes of frustration and a touch of debate. It is expensive, hard to push...

Gathering requirements for CRM

Resource - 23/12/2015 : client demand, CRM, lexisnexis, stakeholders, Marketing & BD, Practice Management

What is CRM supposed to do? It depends who you ask. For some fee earners, they need a contact list. For marketers, it is a collection of strategic information on clients and prospects. For business developers, it is a tool to track proposals and...

Is your conveyancing system ‘fit for purpose’?

Resource - 23/12/2015 : conveyancing, lexisnexis, long term value, Technology, Practice Management

With the housing market picking up, conveyancing firms realise that they need to offer (at the very least) the pre-recession level of service again, but the technology landscape has actually moved forward in the...