News in on the recent Elite






bi-annual international user group meeting in London earlier this month. There were 134 attendees from 62 law firms – including representatives from Dubai,
Paris, Amsterdam, Channel Islands, Helsinki and Berlin.

 

The event used a case study format. Elite featured 17 different sessions with 22 separate presenters,
which included customers, Elite experts and Baker Robbins. The morning Elite
Enterprise workshop offered a preview of new features and business process
reviews, while the Elite 3E workshop presented customization options and tutorials
on dashboard metrics.
Zoe Martin, User Group Chair from CMS Cameron McKenna, greeted
the attendees prior to the four afternoon break-out sessions that included
topics on Elite
3E, Financial, Systems
and
Technical.
Elite
CTO Jeff Schuett’s roundtable discussion on
virtualization was particularly well attended as it presented recent survey
results on how firms are implementing this strategy.

 

“Our International User Group grows more popular each year because we
provide real-world solutions to issues our clients are experiencing. Sponsoring
these events benefits Elite because we can continually enhance our solutions
based on direct feedback from these sessions,” said Kim Massana, senior V-P & general manager, Elite.