Our clients are law, consulting, accounting and other types of professional services firms looking to adopt a wide range of new technologies and IT services to improve their client-facing experience and back-office processes.
You may be looking to implement “bring your own device” initiatives, new cloud-based IT services or applications or taking on the implementation of shared service centre arrangements.
Whilst many professional service firms have access to some level of internal IT and legal skills, the types of projects above benefit from deep legal and technology expertise to make sure that key design and implementation issues are spotted early on.
As deeply experienced business consultants and professional services professionals working in combination with an innovative law firm with best-practice technology in its DNA, we are uniquely placed to advise you on key IT strategy, design and implementation issues.
Our unique arrangements with Kemp Little allow us to provide input on key legal issues impacting strategy, design and implementation decisions in the areas of data protection, HR policies, data security and the procurement and implementation of IT solutions. This is particularly key in those areas of professional services impacted by rising levels of regulation and compliance regarding data location, use and access.
Our wider knowledge of the professional services marketplace and recent experience of launching Kemp Little Consulting also makes us well placed to help law firms take advantage of the changes brought about by the new Legal Services Act.
The big 4 accounting firms, major consulting and systems integration firms, law firms and other large professional services firms taking on major IT strategy or implementation projects.
Our services in this segment are particularly relevant to Heads of Procurement, CIOs and those leading major procurement and implementation projects.