Collyer Bristow is deploying enterprise resource planning solution, LexisOne

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2 September 2015

LexisNexis200LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, a provider of technology solutions to professional services organisations, today announced that Collyer Bristow LLP, a London-based law firm servicing clients in the UK and internationally, is adopting its enterprise resource planning solution, LexisOne.

LexisOne will help deliver enhanced processes and provide improved business-wide financial and client information. When fully deployed, LexisOne will be used across the firm in Collyer Bristow’s London and Geneva offices.

LexisOne will streamline Collyer Bristow’s business environment across multiple applications including time management; billing; procurement; purchasing; legal accounting; matter planning; and management information.

Prior to selecting LexisOne, Collyer Bristow undertook an extensive review of the relevant IT systems for law firms available on the market. The firm chose LexisOne because it offers law firms comprehensive and superior functionality that goes above and beyond what traditional practice management systems provide.

LexisOne, built on the Microsoft Dynamics AX platform, is an enterprise resource planning solution that is expressly designed for law firms. Collyer Bristow is deploying market leading technology offering a solution that provides users with the familiar Microsoft Outlook look and feel.

“We are taking an ERP-led approach to improve the efficiency of our financial and client data management processes,” Paul Newhall, business development director at Collyer Bristow LLP, elaborated.

“LexisOne has been specifically designed to meet the needs of a modern law firm operating in an increasingly challenging and complex market. Most importantly it provides us with a platform that further streamlines our business processes and will allow us to deliver an even higher level of insight to our clients.”

“LexisOne is fast being recognised as the technological way forward by progressive law firms,” Andy Sparkes, general manager, LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions said. “It is built on a robust financial platform and delivers the modern capabilities that law firms need to compete today.

“Simultaneously, it also supports continuous incremental improvements to business operation so that firms can maintain and benefit from competitive advantage consistently.”

LexisOne is an ERP solution for law firms, which goes beyond traditional practice management.  LexisOne helps firms proactively manage costs, prepare and track matter budgets, 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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