So you’ve decided to get new legal technology. Congrats! Determining when it’s the right time to invest in a new technology at your firm can be a momentous decision in itself.
You’ve cleared one major milestone, but then you’re faced with a second, even bigger hurdle — choosing which system in particular to adopt. How can a first-time buyer sort through the bells and whistles to parse out what features are truly necessary?
If you’re new to this process, attempting to navigate the sometimes confusing legal tech landscape can be daunting, but you don’t have to go at it alone! This guide will give you perspective to separate the essential from the extraneous.
What’s Included in the Buyer’s Guide?
Chapter 1: Introduction to Cloud-Based Technology
Chapter 2: Determining the Right Time to Evaluate New Technology
Chapter 3: How to Begin Evaluating New Technology
Chapter 4: Building a Requirements List
Chapter 5: Software Consultants
Chapter 6: Timekeeping Requirements
Chapter 7: Billing Requirements
Chapter 8: Accounting Requirements
Chapter 9: Practice Management Requirements
Chapter 10: Data Conversions
Chapter 11: Training
Chapter 12: Comparing Proposals
Chapter 13: Negotiating with the Sales Team
Chapter 14: How to Present New Technology to Your Team
Chapter 15: What to Walk Away With