Insolvency and debt recovery specialist, Moon Beever, deploying LexisOne

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14 April 2014


Moon Beever, a law firm reputed for its expertise in insolvency and debt recovery, as well as areas such as private client and property; continues its serious investment in technology by choosing to deploy enterprise-grade business management solution, LexisOne, from LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, a leading provider of technology solutions for law firms. The solution, which is powered by Microsoft Dynamics AX, will provide Moon Beever with a modern and future-proof platform for business operation.

Moon Beever chose LexisOne over the incumbent practice management system (PMS) for its Microsoft technology and comprehensive functionality. Immediately, LexisOne will serve as the firm’s billing and financial management platform. The real-time management information delivery capability of LexisOne will be hugely valuable to Moon Beever and will enhance informed decision-making. Moon Beever is committed to the best systems it can achieve, both for its own management function and to provide detailed management information to clients.

The firm is also looking to integrate Lexis Visualfiles, its legal workflow and case management system, with LexisOne. The combined solution will deliver exceptional efficiency and agility to enable Moon Beever to meet its strategic goals.

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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