Hitachi Solutions partners with LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions to provide LexisOne

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3 April 2014


Hitachi Solutions, the Microsoft Dynamics solutions and services arm of Hitachi, partners with LexisNexis® Enterprise Solutions to provide organisations across the global legal sector with enterprise-grade business management system, LexisOne™, powered by Microsoft Dynamics® AX.  This formidable partnership combines LexisNexis’ deep understanding of the legal sector with Hitachi Solutions’ extensive experience of implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, Microsoft Dynamics AX, into large, global and complex organisations.

LexisOne is a firm-wide, ERP-style business management system for legal service providers that goes beyond the scope of traditional legal practice management systems.  It is powered by Microsoft Dynamics® AX and developed with LexisNexis’ experience of providing software to the UK’s top 250 law firms and the AM law 200 firms in the US.

“LexisOne is a game-changing product for the legal industry globally and we need an implementation partner who can operate in any region,” said Andy Sparkes, General Manager, LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions. “Hitachi meets all our requirements – the company’s expertise in Microsoft Dynamics AX as well as other Microsoft technology is second to none, we share a customer-centric approach to service delivery, and it’s breadth of experience in delivering Dynamics AX projects across a variety of industries is valuable. We are confident that by working with Hitachi we will be offering an unrivalled solution and service to the global legal sector.”

“Our partnership with LexisNexis continues Hitachi’s strategic focus on the Service sector.  It brings together LexisNexis’ many years of legal industry expertise, the agility of Microsoft Dynamics AX, and Hitachi’s global scale and experience delivering enterprise strength Dynamics AX solutions that creates a powerful and compelling offering for the legal sector,” commented Steve French, Vice President Hitachi Solutions Europe.

“Our companies both have a proud history spanning 100+ years of serving our customers.  We have found in LexisNexis a partner who shares our values and our commitment to customer excellence.  I look forward to a long-term relationship with the team at LexisNexis,” French concluded.

 



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