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9 March 2004

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  • International firm Perkins Coie LLP is to roll out SmartPrecedent, SpeedLegal’s enterprise-document-automation solution. Perkins Coie will use the system to streamline the way its attorneys and staff create various documents, including those required for client legal matters and firm management.
  • Berwin Leighton Paisner has chosen Interwoven Worksite to underpin the firm’s adoption of a matter-centric approach and to improve collaboration among fee earners, practice groups and offices. The deal follows Addleshaw Goddard’s implementation of Interwoven WorkSite, which transferred all correspondence and paperwork to an electronic central repository, making it easier and more cost-effective for fee earners to search, retrieve and access documents.
  • Salans is to radically alter its operating systems with a fully-integrated case and practice-management system supplied by Solicitec and SOS. The £220,000 deal will encompass the implementation of SolCase 8 across the re-mortgage, debt and conveyancing functions, integrated with SOS’s Practice Manager software. The new system will replace the firm’s existing case and practice-management systems from Legis and Miles 33 respectively.
  • Irish firm William Fry is to introduce the Solcara Client-Partner solution as part of its ongoing programme to improve knowledge sharing and information access across the firm. Solcara, project managers of the deployment, will interface with the library-management system, Konduct, from Bailey Solutions and the Granite & Comfrey know-how database from Tikit. The Client-Partner system will initially be deployed to 200 users.

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