‘How To Avoid Pitfalls, Guarantee Performance and Build a Partnership With Your ICT Provider’ event
When the consumer is increasingly sensitive to price, choosing the perfect external partner to manage IT and communications support within a law firm has never been so important to ensure the first impression your firm offers the consumer is memorable.
It is vital to create a partnership as opposed to a mere formal business relationship. Ultimately, finding the right partnership will create mutually beneficial and long-lasting opportunities for all concerned.
Leading IT provider Nasstar, telecoms specialists Matrix247 and prominent law firm, Jackson Lees, have teamed up to host a bespoke half-day event that will emphasise how law firms can avoid common pitfalls, build strong relationships with ICT suppliers and guarantee improved performance.
‘How To Avoid Pitfalls, Guarantee Performance and Build a Partnership With Your ICT Provider’ will take place on 3rd May, in Walker House, Exchange Flags, L2 3YL, in Liverpool between 9.15 and 13.00. Click here to reserve your free ticket
Speakers from Jackson Lees will explore the managed ICT service journey the firm have been on and how they are reaping the benefits as a result.
Nasstar representatives will provide insight into how the changing role of IT can be used to mitigate risk within your law firm.
Later sessions will look at how to fully exploit the relationships with outsourced IT providers as well as a panel discussion and Q&A.
If you are a senior representative from a law firm and need additional support in expanding your understanding and due diligence toolkit before choosing a new supplier, then these informative seminars will help to ease the burden.
Date: Friday 3rd May 2019
Time: 9.15am – 1pm
Location: Walker House, Exchange Flags, Liverpool, L2 3YL
Tickets: Make sure you reserve your free ticket to this sought-after event.
This article was submitted to be published by nasstar as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.