Lexis Visualfiles 2014 delivers modern interface and enhanced functionality

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20 January 2014


LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions, a leading provider of technology solutions for law firms, has launched Lexis Visualfiles 2014, the latest release of the company’s legal workflow and case management system. Introducing a contemporary and intuitive Microsoft Office-style user interface, Visualfiles 2014 delivers significant enhancements for improved user experience. This version is also the architectural foundation upon which new  functionality will be built to support user experience, management reporting, industry standard development and integration with LexisOne, an enterprise-grade business management system powered by Microsoft Dynamics AX.

“Visualfiles 2014 marks the next stage in the evolution of this solution,” commented Andy Sparkes, General Manager, LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions. “We are committed to ensuring that Visualfiles continues to lead the way in legal workflow and case management; and always remains a risk-free, intuitive and future-proof platform for customers.”

The familiar Microsoft Office look and feel, along with intuitive system navigation, delivers efficiency and productivity benefits to users. Visualfiles 2014 has been designed to be backwards compatible. This means that customers will be able to upgrade to Visualfiles 2014 without rewriting any of their existing business applications. In addition to all the traditional Visualfiles capabilities, Visualfiles 2014 supports the use of industry standard software development tools (e.g. .NET) to extend its rapid application development capabilities for customers. It also integrates seamlessly with the latest Visualfiles Outlook Plus advanced matter management functionality for Microsoft Office 2013.

For information on upcoming events and webinars or to find out more about Visualfiles 2014, please contact marketing@lexisnexis.co.uk.

Lexis Visualfiles is the most widely used legal workflow and case management system in the UK, with more than 25,000 registered users in firms ranging from five to over 1,000 employees. It is a proven, flexible and powerful entity-based system that allows firms to control their business processes. The solution’s unique rapid application development capabilities empower organisations to customise the system to easily and quickly accommodate new market developments and changing business requirements.

About LexisNexis Legal & Professional

LexisNexis Legal & Professional (www.lexisnexis.com) is a leading global provider of content and technology solutions that enable professionals in legal, corporate, tax, government, academic and non-profit organisations to make informed decisions and achieve better business outcomes.  As a digital pioneer, the company was the first to bring legal and business information online with its Lexis® and Nexis® services. Today, LexisNexis Legal & Professional harnesses leading-edge technology and world-class content, to help professionals work in faster, easier and more effective ways. Through close collaboration with its customers, the company ensures organisations can leverage its solutions to reduce risk, improve productivity, increase profitability and grow their business. Part of Reed Elsevier, LexisNexis Legal & Professional serves customers in more than 100 countries with 10,000 employees worldwide.

As a leading provider of software platforms, LexisNexis® Enterprise Solutions (www.lexisnexis-es.co.uk) works with customers to drive productive, efficient and reliable business decisions. Its solutions include Lexis® Visualfiles®, for case and matter management; Lexis® Redwood Analytics®, for business intelligence and budgeting software and services; Lexis® InterAction®, a customer relationship management tool; and LexisOne™, an enterprise-grade business management system powered by Microsoft Dynamics® AX.



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