Top 100 UK law firm, Wedlake Bell, signs deal for LexisOne

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22 May 2014


LexisNexis to serve as Wedlake Bell’s core financial management platform

Wedlake Bell LLP, ranked among the top 100 in the UK, has chosen to deploy business management system LexisOne from LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, a leading provider of content and technology solutions. Wedlake Bell provides a full range of legal services to UK and international corporate and private clients.

The firm is transitioning from its incumbent accounting system. LexisOne will underpin the firm’s business operation, serving as Wedlake Bell’s core financial management platform. The solution will also help Wedlake Bell manage and streamline its international operations via the firm’s extensive network of affiliations across the globe.

The firm chose LexisOne for its comprehensive functionality and integrated capabilities across all aspects of business operation. The solution will deliver enhanced efficiency, cost control and transparency culminating in improved client services to Wedlake Bell’s customers.

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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