Is this a question you often find yourself thinking about, but just don’t have the time to research? Well wonder no more! HyperTeam has done the work for you in our latest whitepaper!
As a software development company, to say that we weren’t surprised by what we found during our research would be a serious understatement. In the TOP FIVE challenges, we found that the common thread was technology (pretty obvious, right?).
And that makes sense! Technology is a great tool that gives firms the ability to offer their clients a better value. Why? Because with the proper technology, law firms can automate their processes and cut costs. Furthermore, they can reduce the amount of paper that’s circulating around their offices, piling up on their desks, and collecting dust in their storage rooms. With an organized digital system that archives information dating back decades, firms can spend less money on resources and employees can spend less time searching for information. That’s a big deal in an industry that’s predominantly driven by paper and an even bigger deal when you think about all the savings that can be passed on to clients.
So if you need that CLIENT WOW FACTOR, then it’s time to go digital!
Believe us, we know that sounds scary. Change is always scary. It often takes a lot of work, vision, and dedication. But in an age of instant gratification and endless knowledge, law firms have to adapt. With one search on Google their clients now have a better understanding of the process and fees, more options for representation, and even greater expectations for instant answers and information. Clients are becoming more assertive about pricing and firms are being forced to “do more with less.”
Replacing inefficient processes of the past with high tech solutions of the future is now the difference between stagnant firms and growing ones. Software companies understand this and they’re jumping on board! They’re eager to create more and more affordable, EASY TO USE applications because they see that law firms can no longer afford to avoid them. The firms that want to deliver value, remain competitive, and become more efficient must now look to technology for answers.
The only real question that remains is who will adapt first? You or your competitors?
If you’d like to learn more about how you can deliver a better value to your clients, download our whitepaper here