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The creation of applications offering intuitive user-driven data analysis focused on providing efficient and cost-effective client management are the primary goals for most law firms today. Partners and associates operate in a highly regulated environment, which places time pressure on them to manage both their client workload and financial and general administration. Firms need to create a support infrastructure that enables lawyers and partners to view, analyse and interact with data and monitor their financial performance more effectively.
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