Convincing the C-suite of the value of law department management technologies
‘Why does the law department think it needs new technology to manage at work when the rest of the company is cutting back?’
Recent press articles have chronicled how corporate chief financial officers (CFOs) are becoming more concerned with controlling legal costs, which each year take an ever-greater bite out of company budgets. However, law departments that want to improve their systems often find it challenging to justify the expense in response to questions from their CFOs.
The purpose of this white paper is to help in-house counsel bridge this gap by translating legal process improvement into a value proposition that will resonate with the CFO…
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Briefings from Thomson Reuters
This first instalment highlights the importance of implementing a legal department management system.
In this second instalment, Rob Thomas assesses ways of convincing the CFO that new technology can do more than merely provide a return on investment.