David Gilroy of Conscious Solutions looks at how the legal profession can get to grips with the world of marketing automation… If you are in the business of selling to the legal profession, or are involved in marketing legal services, then you will know that those working in this sector generally play to a strict set of rules. I’ve built up a good nose for what works (straight-talking, know your stuff, don’t waste their time) and what doesn’t (hyperbole, cold-calling, winging it).
Nikec Solutions will be turning out in force to Inside Legal IT on 12 May to showcase its latest product launch, Nikec Hub, a powerful extranet and collaboration platform for all sizes and types of law firms.
Nuix has just launched version 6.2 of its product suite. The new version delivers new features and capabilities across the Nuix Engine, Nuix’s eDiscovery and Investigator products, collection technologies, and Director and Web Review & Analytics web applications. PLUS we have a video featuring Nuix CTO Stephen Stewart explaining how you can take control of processing tasks with a new distributed worker framework, and streamline your workflows with free Equivio-like email threading, a search and tag tab, and powerful new analytics…
Implementation Consultants, Home Based, Competitive Salaries Our client is a leading supplier of software to the legal and professional services sectors. The company’s products are used by many of the leading law firms both in […]
As one of the UK’s largest Personal Injury specialists, we are continuing with our expansion and growth. With this continued growth in mind, we are now looking to recruit a Visualfiles Developer to work within […]
Bad news for legal software developers looking to integrate the new Revenue Scotland Land and Buildings Transaction Tax returns (which replaced Stamp Duty Land Tax North of the Border on 1st April this year) within their conveyancing case management systems, as Revenue Scotland has just notified them that they lack the resources to help.
Research carried out by KAYAK.co.uk, the travel metasearch engine, shows that airports are recognising the demand by travellers to be able to keep their phones charged while waiting for flights and are increasing the number of charging facilities they offer. Now travellers can make calls or access the internet safe in the knowledge they will still have enough power to display their boarding pass and catch their plane.
Rate: £500 per day Contract: 2 months+ Location: Central London This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Project Manager to come on board, to manage the delivery of infrastructure changes across MFD and workflow […]
Role: Sales Consultant Type: Permanent Location: Home based (to cover Northern England) Salary: to be discussed – plus car allowance and excellent OTE My client creates technology solutions and services for law and other professional […]
Functional Analyst/ Finance Systems Analyst Permanent – London £40,000 – £50,000 Key Elements: Finance systems, Elite 3E, identify improvements, user support, technical support, SQL, MS Excel. The Role: As a functional analyst you will be […]
Excellent opportunity for a talented systems analyst to join a leading and most reputable law firm. With a background in MI, along with a desire to work in an analytical role, you will be responsible […]
Countdown to Inside Legal IT: Talking Tech gets the green light to interview exhibitors at Tobacco Dock
The producers of the Talking Tech webcast interviews with Legal IT Insider editor Charles Christian have confirmed that they will be operating a live video interview booth at Inside Legal IT on 12 May, given the high level of interest and early commitment from leading suppliers.
Here’s associate editor Caroline Hill with the latest roundup of new legal IT products and upgrades from Ochresoft, Remote Counsel, DPS Software, Bridgeway Software, TrusteSolutions, Visionary Information Solutions, Lexis Advance and Eclipse Legal Systems.
Privacy between a lawyer and their client has, traditionally, been sacrosanct but new legal rulings and increased data vulnerability through employees using their own computer devices threatens security and confidentiality. Thomas Chappelow, managing director of Nimbox, examines these threats and explains what can be done to ensure that files are securely encrypted and can be shared by colleagues anywhere in the world…
Make a note in your diaries – the deadline for editorial submissions to the April Legal IT Insider is close of business NEXT Monday 27 April BUT please note we run out of space quickly so don’t leave it until the last minute…