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Another Aderant site goes live – hello, is there anybody else out there?

Aderant has just announced that New England law firm of Burns & Levinson LLP has successfully gone live on Aderant Expert. The firm completed its implementation project in 10 months, successfully rolling out Aderant's application suite to more than 120 attorneys across four offices. Burns & Levinson implemented Aderant Expert's core applications for time and billing and financial management as well as the software suite’s business development, business intelligence, and performance management capabilities.

“Our implementation of Aderant is by far the most successful conversion of a practice management system with which I've ever been associated,” said Marybeth Celorier, chief financial officer for Burns & Levinson. “Professional firms can ill afford time delays and cost overruns these days when implementing a mission critical business system.”

“Rapid implementations are becoming increasingly important to law firms, especially in these uncertain economic times,” said Michael Kohlsdorf, Aderant's president & CEO. “Firms must have confidence that they will be able benefit from their technology investments in a timely manner and not worry about having projects drag on for months or costing more than promised.”

Hello? Is there anybody else out there? Or is Aderant now the only global vendor capable of rolling out larger PMS projects in timescales measured in months rather than years?

(And 'yes' it's true we've now been waiting over a week for another large PMS vendor to confirm whether or not some of its board members are about to leave the company.)

11 replies on “Another Aderant site goes live – hello, is there anybody else out there?”

There is someone else out here! – Watch this space for a succesful 300 lawyer Aderant rollout in the UK – went live in December but a few i's being dotted before the press release is made.

Any press announcements coming about the Aderant site in London still having problems a couple of years on?

Indeed there is Charles. An up and coming Solutions Integrator did take the a very large Elite customer to the global release of Elite’s Enterprise solutions in under six months and without the help of Elite. It’s just out of this world!

wow, someone ain't happy about being kept in the dark – you tell em' Charles – go girlfriend.

Wow, congratulations to Aderant, though I'm not sure if you can call this firm 'large'? maybe so in these troublesome times.
Looks like the Aderant UK team is back on track too, as they have suffered through the last 18 months with nothing going live I believe.

No skin off my nose if nobody replies – however when rumours are out in the market, it makes more sense to come clean and either confirm or nail them rather than let uncertainty drift indefinitely. (Basic PR/crisis management 101) To be fair to Elite, they are now part of a humongously large organisation (namely Thomson Reuters) so getting any annoucement through the corporate red tape is inevitably going to take forever.

I am with a firm that is implementing 3E, can someone provide me with a reference of a medum to large sized site that is live?

Talking of conglomerates, while we all know the LexisNexis corporate logo looks like the StarWars' Death Star – has anyone noticed that Reuters' logo looks like a string of planets being sucked across the event horizon into a Black Hole?

Not true – Aderant had a number of go-lives across Europe in the past 18 months. No surprise as the software is the established and well proven CMS.Open / CMS.net / Expert /Goldengate – (it's had as many names as it's had owners)

Up and coming; out of this world.
Let me guess, running rings around the project?

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