Aderant says that it is “working with the client” after it this month came under fire from RollonFriday for posting confidential Watson, Farley & Williams client and partner information on YouTube.
October saw Aderant host its largest ever EMEA client event, with 140 delegates attending Momentum Europe in London.
US personal injury law firm Goldberg Weisman Cairo (GWC) has implemented the Aderant Total Office case management and plaintiff financials solution. GWC, with assistance from the Aderant Professional Services team, consolidated all their relevant case management data and documents into the new system, successfully transitioning from five separate systems to a single, unified solution.
Aderant just announced the departure of one long-term executive and the promotion of two 25-year veterans of the company to executive positions. Emmanuel “Manny” Kyrinis and William Davis are both being promoted to fill the roles vacated by Mike Barry’s departure. Mike Barry, Executive Vice President of Strategy and Product, has announced he will be leaving Aderant to pursue a coaching and mentoring role at a private equity firm. “The timing was right as the new product releases soon coming to market are the result of the leadership of Manny and William. I am thrilled for both of them to assume these executive positions. It is a very exciting time for Aderant.”
Legal software provider Aderant has unveiled the “next generation” of business intelligence software, Aderant Spotlight Analytics, which it says offers an entirely new user interface based on easy-to-use configurable screen tiles that anyone can use.
In its comment below, the Atlanta-headquartered company, which was recently acquired by Roper Technologies, explains in some detail why it believes the new solution means business intelligence is now more accessible, even to the non-technical. In a press release Aderant’s product manager Derek Schutz said: “Our design goal was to enable anyone at the firm to use BI. In the past, only a few highly technical individuals within the firm could use BI tools. Spotlight enables non-technical staff to use and leverage the power of business intelligence technology.”
As the countdown to Christmas begins in earnest, here are some of the biggest wins and deals within the legal IT sector in the last few weeks of 2015.
We come to the year 2000 in our countdown through 20 years of the Legal IT Insider and this year there was just one big story: how a merger between two major tech vendors fell to pieces when it was revealed the CEO of one company had a criminal record for possessing drugs – a lot of drugs…
After a thorough market evaluation, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP has announced it will deploy the Aderant Expert 8.0 practice management solution throughout all its newly merged global offices. In 2012 Herbert Smith and Freehills, both long-standing Aderant clients, merged forming Herbert Smith Freehills LLP. Herbert Smith Freehills is now a leading international law firm with 29 offices (including associated offices) across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, and the United States. The firm currently has 5,500 employees, including 2,800 lawyers.
The DMS times are changing – NetDocuments win a new site in Australia and after the latest DMSforLegal SharePoint wins in the Netherlands, Epona says it is on target to knock Autonomy iManage off its perch and become the Benelux region market leader
Wednesday evening saw Aderant host its new look, all singing Momentum EMEA 2013 Dinner & Awards. The event was hosted by David Flynn, the senior VP global sales who began by toasting the audience with some lines from the old Who song See Me, Feel Me.
Aderant’s EMEA regional user conference – Aderant Momentum EMEA 2013 – kicked off in London yesterday with a full day of sessions and keynotes, followed up by a dinner and awards ceremony. We’ll be publishing a podcast and an interview we recorded at the event on this site next week but in the meantime here are the three headline stories…