Carissa Rafferty

Posted by | Mar 14, 2014

When I ask clients why they haven’t yet attended the Tech Ed I'm surprised to hear that it’s because they attend one of our products’ User Forums. When I ask those at the Tech Ed why they don't attend a User Forum they say it's because they attend the Tech Ed. The User Forums and Tech Eds are completely different and are not in the same category; read on to find out how they differ.

Nigel Williams
Tags: Visualfiles

Posted by | Feb 25, 2014

With high-value, low-cost and efficient service fast becoming a common expectation of clients, law firms need to achieve efficiency in ‘everything’ they do – even ‘bespoke’ legal work! A process management approach to legal business operation is perhaps the answer.

Nigel Williams
Tags: Visualfiles

Posted by | Feb 05, 2014

The Jackson Reforms are significantly impacting personal injury (PI) firms – the ‘no win no fee’ conditional fee arrangements are out of the door and referral fees have been banned. Profitability in personal injury cases is falling, prompting many claimant firms to diversify their practice in order to look for new revenue streams.

Nigel Williams
Tags: Visualfiles

Posted by | Nov 06, 2013

Why law firms should think carefully about developing IT solutions. Today, technology is at the heart of every law firm. It’s vital to improve service and optimise costs. And, as it becomes more and more ubiquitous in our everyday lives, expectations of what can be achieved are continually growing.

Fraser Mayfield

Posted by | May 09, 2013

Many firms are exploring alternative investment options today. To successfully secure external investment, firms need to strategically position themselves as attractive investment targets. Business Management System (BMS) as a technology can enable law firms to meet investors’ selection criteria, which typically include scalability of business, firm’s growth potential and quality of earnings.

Nigel Williams
Tags: Visualfiles

Posted by | Apr 25, 2013

Visualfiles has been a successful product for many years, both in its current form and in its predecessor format, SolCase. With over 25,000 users at more than 360 sites around the world, it’s one of, if not the leading case and matter management system and supports many of the UK’s most successful law firms.