In this month's LPM magazine Converge TS client Bott and Co, discuss how working with Converge TS has given them the stability to deal with numerous cases on a daily basis.
This month's LPM magazine sees Converge TS' CFO Peter Gill discussing how best to deliver your legal software solution on time and within your budget. It also features a discussion with Metamorph Law's Head of IT, Michael McGuire on how Converge TS have supported their growth and strategy.
Within the next two years a number Microsoft and Citrix software versions will become ‘end of life’ as they reach the end of their Extended Support period.
We share practical tips to get your practice management solution implemented on time and on budget.
Modern Practice Management Systems (PMS) have become essential tools that law firms rely on every day to run their business. Transitioning to a new PMS - or moving an existing one into the cloud - are both complex, intricate exercises, with moving parts, a wide array of stakeholders and no room for project failure. In this article, we’re going to take a look at a couple of the key issues and problems that firms face along the way, and suggest some ways to ensure your project runs smoothly and is delivered on time.
It’s a widely known fact among CIO’s that using a cloud infrastructure provider to support their IT strategy is a key component of progression and increased profitability. Gartner recently reported that 80% of CIO’s will migrate to a cloud-based environment within the next few years.
In the not too distant future, a number of Practice Management Solutions will become End-of-Life (EOL), receiving no further support after this date.
While we’ve previously covered the risks of using End-of-Life software within your organisation, you may have decided that you don’t need to migrate to a new platform just yet. However, there are four substantial reasons to start migrating sooner than you think...
Back in November 2016, a study showed that more than half of claimant PI law firms will be forced to shut down or look for other work if the government’s proposed reforms go through1. Since then, the reforms have been dropped, before being put back on the agenda in June 2017 as part of the new Civil Liability Bill.