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Comprehensive, fully featured module offers Paperless Billing and two mobile platforms – On the Go Billing and WIP AwareCreated to enhance the agile legal workplace, Expert Billing is designed to shorten the WIP to Cash cycle, while address key challenges facing firms today such as e-billing, collaboration, alternative fee arrangements and billing guidelines.
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By the year 2020 smart machines and legal process outsourcing (LPO) will “radically disrupt” the legal profession.
That was the prediction first put forth by market research firm Gartner, Inc. in a 2014 report called Legal IT Scenario, 2020. The project examined four possible, perhaps even controversial, scenarios affecting the buyers of legal services.
As we look ahead to 2017, we draw ever closer to the once seemingly distant 2020. The question remains –what does disruption mean for large law?