Unlock your higher levels of agility now…
Lean and agile commercial businesses are known to deliver higher profits, increase employee engagement, and more thoroughly satisfy customer needs.
There is little doubt that technology is playing a vital role in this success. To the extent that some organisations have been able to achieve 20-30% improvement in their overall financial performance. However, customers’ expectations have also changed. Similarly, in the legal business arena, where being more agile now can help you meet and even exceed your clients’ expectations.
In a blog post, dated 26th August 2021, Daniel Docherty describes the change in perception which occurred when business technology was leveraged during the pandemic. Until it was no longer regarded simply as an addition to existing processes but used instead to maintain performance and growth in remote working:
Agility has always been one of the central pillars upon which long-term, sustainable success is built, but the pace at which today’s environment changes has evolved so dramatically that agility is now a necessity rather than a luxury.
Agility underpins every aspect of business, from marketing and product development right through to how a business handles its finances and makes game-changing decisions. Gone are the days of on-premise monolithic systems, which are expensive to run, difficult to maintain and costly to upgrade. Instead, today’s organisations choose cloud-based platforms that allow for greater flexibility, agile cloud automation, and intelligent data analytics that enable them to make rapid-fire judgments and instantly change direction.
Read the full article on the inCase website here.
Content provided by inCase
Read more articles from Modern Law Magazine here