The Tech Start for Law Roadshow on March 27-28 was a great success with a constant stream of visitors to our booth.
We thank the Law Society and SPRING for their great effort in organising the event, which is very meaningful for the law firms that will be able to take the steps to adopt technology. We engaged with the many participants who came along to discuss their requirements and learn more on the available technology.
For those that we could not meet, we look forward to visiting you soon.
Mr Moncy Mathew of Mathew, Chew & Chelliah gave an excellent presentation on the topic of “Practice Management Software – How can it benefit my firm?
He shared on how firms should closely evaluate the different solutions available and the increasing pressures on law firms to continue to perform under greater internal and external pressures.
We were also honored to have Mr Paul Wyatt, NetDocuments APAC Sales Director with us, giving great information on how we have seen a large number of firms move to the NetDocuments Cloud with its powerful features in Document and Email Management, Collaboration, Security and Compliance, Disaster Recovery and Mobility.
Business Network Solutions also fostered a great partnership with Asia Law Network and together, both teams aspire to bring greater benefits to all law firms. For interested parties, please contact Cherilyn at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tech Start for Law program allows law firms to adopt legal productivity solutions, entitling up to 70% subsidies for the first year adoption costs.
Both CoreMatter and NetDocuments are approved solutions under this program and do contact us or The Law Society for more details.
Mr Moncy Mathew also shared how technology has revolutionised the firm. And with CoreMatter, the firm has an all-in-one system that can manage the Practice, Accounting, and KYC Compliance requirements.
Mathew, Chew & Chelliah and MSC Law Corporation, both adopters of CoreMatter were awarded with the SmartLaw Legal Practice certificate by President of the Law Society of Singapore, Mr Gregory Vijayendran, for their efforts to harness legal technology to improve productivity.
Congratulations to the two firms and well done!
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