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Fentons rolls out Laserform technology; Aderant launches Front Office CRM; Ricksons expands commercial-property department.

Trend tracker: IM under control

Organisations are finally acknowledging the growing use of instant messaging within the corporate network and are turning to a new breed of specialists to help manage it. By Gary Eastwood.

Mobility matters at Aderant

Aderant, a global provider of business and financial-management software for professional-services organisations, has partnered with Onset Technology to provide professional-services firms with a new suite of mobility applications.

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Clifford Chance rolls out Solcara technology... Online service launched to ease legal recruitment... plus, the latest people and places news in brief.

Opinion: How was it for you?

You have the technical expertise to satisfy the fussiest board of directors, excellent information systems and a very sharp marketing department. But then again, so do most of your competitors. So what are the more equivocal factors that sway those responsible for making the buying decisions and how can you influence this from the very first pitch to the completion of your umpteenth deal?

Bond Pearce replaces Metastorm with Flosuite

FLOSUITE LTD, a global provider of business-process-management (BPM) software to professional-services firms, is to replace Bond Pearce’s existing Metastorm eWork applications with its business-process-management and integration solution.

Making it matter-centric

Aderant, a global provider of business and financial-management software for professional-services organisations, has formed a strategic global partnership with FWBS, a legal-software-development house and Microsoft Office 2003 launch partner, based in the UK.

Instant messaging: Collaborative tool or security threat?

For end users, the advantages of IM over other communications and knowledge-sharing mediums is clear. But, because of IM’s origins as a consumer medium, it is still treated with suspicion by many IT managers, who cite as problems a lack of corporate control over the medium and the risk of security breaches. By Jessica Twentyman

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