Collas Crill deploys LexisOne bang on schedule

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9 December 2013


Collas Crill, the fast growing full service Channel Islands commercial law firm, has successfully deployed LexisOne™ – an enterprise-grade business management solution, powered by Microsoft Dynamics® AX – on schedule and budget. LexisNexis® Enterprise Solutions , a leading provider of technology solutions for law firms, has also announced today that LexisOne is the official name for this game-changing solution (previously codenamed Nimbus) expressly tailored for the legal market. The name, LexisOne, embodies the solution’s core offering of a single, connected, firm-wide business environment, delivered by one solution and one vendor to a global legal market.

“We are excited to be building our future operations around LexisOne,” commented Russ Newton, Finance Director, Collas Crill. “Already we can see the benefits of this single business management system approach and are more convinced than ever that this investment has positioned us well for the future.”

LexisOne is the underpinning platform upon which Collas Crill will roll-out its business strategy for international expansion. Collas Crill chose LexisOne over other traditional practice management systems for the streamlined and seamless multi-jurisdictional capabilities that this solution delivers.

LexisOne is an enterprise-grade business management solution for law firms, which goes beyond traditional practice management.  LexisOne helps firms proactively manage costs, improve control, make informed decisions and optimise resources to deliver greater value to clients.  Powered by Microsoft Dynamics AX, LexisOne harmonises financial, human resources, productivity and performance management to provide the insight, flexibility and scalability that firms need to rapidly adapt in an ever changing world.



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