LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions and Intapp enter technology agreement

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18 December 2014


LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions and Intapp today announced a new technology agreement focusing on integration between LexisOne, an enterprise-grade business management solution for law firms, powered by Microsoft Dynamics AX; and Intapp’s industry-leading legal software products.

LexisOne is designed to help firms proactively manage costs, improve control, make informed decisions and optimise resources to deliver greater value to clients. Intapp products are widely recognised as the most advanced in their respective categories, across time recording, information security, application integration, new business intake and law firm conflicts management.

“Across our customer base, there is significant interest in integrating LexisOne with complementary Intapp products that law firms are using such as Intapp Time for time management and Intapp Open for new business intake,” said Laura Whitehead, head of marketing & partnerships, LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions.

“We’re pleased to extend our collaboration with Intapp to ensure that LexisOne integrates seamlessly with the complete portfolio of Intapp products for the ease and benefit of our customers.”

For Intapp, the agreement with LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions follows the announcement earlier this year that the company has extended its collaboration with Microsoft.

“LexisOne demonstrates the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics AX based systems. We’re pleased to build on the momentum of our ongoing relationship with Microsoft – as well as our past collaboration with LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions – to enable compatibility with LexisOne,” said Norm Mullock, vice president, revenue practice, Intapp.

“Many firms are already using Intapp products such as Integration Builder and Wall Builder with Lexis InterAction for CRM and Lexis Visualfiles for case management; this is a natural next step in delivering the level of integration that firms have come to expect.”

 



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