LexisNexis Legal & Professional has just announced a new business development (BD) module – Business Edge – for the LexisNexis InterAction CRM product line. The Business Edge module is specifically designed for large law firms, and empowers the organization to build firm-wide client relationships, uncover new business opportunities, enhance client service and loyalty, gain a competitive advantage, and ultimately provide information to drive profitable growth.
DocsCorp is looking to recruit an experienced salesperson to join its busy EMEA sales team. The successful candidate will become a key member of the team responsible for generating revenue and managing customer relationships. Previous software company experience is essential and knowledge of the legal IT sector would also be advantageous.
APPLICATIONS SUPPORT ANALYST / ENGINEER – Manchester – to £50k + package Skills: Windows 7 2010 Microsoft Office 2010 Word, PowerPoint, Excel Outlook, iManage SQL Server Powershell VBScript Litera ChangePro SCCM RDS VPN TS Citrix […]
Engagement/ Relationship Consultant, Permanent, £40,000 – £50,000 plus generous benefits, City of London Engagement / Relationship Consultant with service management and law/legal (OR professional services) experience required to join a prestigious global firm, based in […]
BUSINESS ANALYST – CITY – TO £57,500 plus generous benefits Business Analyst with professional services background (law/legal/accountancy/audit/consulting) required by leading international professional services firm headquartered in the City of London. The role offers an attractive […]
“Litigants are clamouring for eDiscovery analytics to address the out-of-control burden and expense of linear review,” says Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix. This demand has made Nuix Web Review & Analytics, the company’s analytics and early case assessment tool, its fastest selling eDiscovery product.
We are looking for someone to join our Support department within the Applications Support team based in Fareham, Hampshire. This role involves providing support, troubleshooting and expertise on our Emarketing software solution (Emerge, Reaction/EMS and […]
LITIGATION / e-DISCOVERY SUPPORT SPECIALIST, City London, FTC to £55k + pkg Litigation / e-Discovery Support Specialist required by a prominent international professional services firm based in the City of London. As a Global Litigation […]
Applications Specialist- iManage- Picture More Ltd. Essex – Permanent Essential Skills: – Expert knowledge on the architecture of iManage – SharePoint (internal and external) – BigHand Digital Dictation/speech recognition – Interaction – Microsoft Office applications […]
LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions just announced that London-based law firm Collyer Bristow LLP is swapping out its Axxia Arista practice management system in favour of LexisOne. When fully deployed, LexisOne will be used across the firm in Collyer Bristow’s London and Geneva offices.
Riverview Law has acquired New Jersey-based knowledge automation business CliXLEX in what is described as a “multi-million £pound deal” as its plans to develop the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the legal market gather pace. The deal is a major step towards the creation of ‘virtual assistants’ that will improve the quality and speed of lawyers’ and paralegal work while freeing them to focus on key tactical and strategic matters.
Microsoft has just announced a deal with NetDocuments that effectively kills off Microsoft SharePoint as a stand-alone document management system for the legal market. As part of the deal, cloud-based document and email management (DMS) provider NetDocuments announced that it will fully integrate its services with Microsoft cloud technologies, helping to transform law firm and legal department productivity in the cloud.
The torrent of “new product news” press releases that inevitably accompanies ILTA in now underway however, picking our way through all those stories of point upgrades to ediscovery products by companies we’ve never heard of, we have plucked a couple of nuggets for your delectation from Intapp and Tikit…
Warning: May contain sarcasm
NetDocuments has just announced a trio of new cloud-based document management deals to coincide with the upcoming ILTA show. The three are… Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz- an OpenText swapout. Davis Wright Tremaine LLP – an iManage swapout, and Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney – an OpenText and iManage swapout.