Legal technology doesn't just pay off in time-savings, it can improve a firm's prospects and help build better relationships with clients. Software purchases are often a mandate to improve internal processes, but that's only the beginning of its potential impact on legal work and business.
In a new article for Law Technology Today, Allegory founder and CEO Alma Asay shares "Five Ways Lawyers Can Pitch Technology To Win New Business."
"The best law firms are embracing technology and using it proactively to show clients how they are best positioned to handle legal matters." Tweet This
Using the right software makes law firms more efficient, but it also makes your firm more attractive to current and potential clients by improving your effectiveness, security, budgeting, and client responsiveness.
"The results are more business and more truly billable – realizable – hours."