Australian law firm TressCox Lawyers has gone live on Elite 3E. TressCox selected Elite 3E to replace its ageing legacy financial management system* which CFO Adam James said was no longer fit for purpose, particularly in the area of financial reporting. “We chose 3E as a platform to reduce our financial and administrative burden.  Prior to its implementation we had to undertake time-consuming manual workarounds to produce the reports we wanted from our legacy system.”
TressCox, a 50-partner law firm which has offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, undertook a thorough selection process and James says that 3E’s web-based technology was a key factor in their final decision. “Other systems we assessed did not appear as tightly integrated or as uniformly intuitive as the Elite 3E offering, which is built on web-based technology.”
With phase-one of the implementation process now complete, the firm will continue to develop the product over the coming 12 months, using 3E’s improved workflow capabilities to streamline a number of front and back-office functions.

* According to Insider sources, the firm's legacy system was Locus – now part of the LexisNexis group.