You may own a legal practice, might be a client-facing fee-earner, or you may keep the back office running smoothly. Whatever your role in your firm, you’re busy and your time is precious.
Technology has a big role to play in unlocking efficiencies for law firms and there are any number of options on the market. But how can firms maximise the impact these innovations offer?
The best way is to bring together disparate systems onto a single platform – enabling streamlined operations, efficiency gains, and risk reduction. From practice management to conveyancing, due diligence, company formations, legal accounting, and document management, the firms who can access all these tools seamlessly from a single place will give themselves a distinct advantage in productivity.
Imagine having access to a range of products and services in one location, accessible with a single login. This level of integration eliminates the time-consuming task of navigating through multiple applications and managing several suppliers.
The impact? Removing administrative bottlenecks and reclaiming precious fee-earning time.
The Future of Legal Tech
Dye & Durham’s new Unity® Global Platform is a next-generation solution that introduces an array of new applications and features—all accessible in a single, user-friendly platform. Think of Unity® Global Platform as your single destination for everything you need to run a thriving legal practice, including:
- Practice & case management including legal accounting and billing
- Client Onboarding with full KYC/AML, Source of Funds, and integrated TA6 property information forms
- Due diligence searches
- Conveyancing workflow & data
- Automated forms, document creation & management
- Calendaring, task management, and time tracking
- And more
All of these essential applications are easily accessible by logging in at dyedurham.co.uk.
Step into the future of legal tech — and make sure you are getting the full return on your technology investment — with Unity® Global Platform.
This article was submitted to be published by Dye & Durham as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.