Hill Dickinson cuts costs & maximises efficiency with sharedo from slicedbread

February 2016; Altrincham: Today, IT consultancy, slicedbread announced that international law firm, Hill Dickinson is the latest customer to go live on its adaptive case and matter management platform; sharedo – enabling it to cut costs and maximise the efficiency of every case worker.

Best in class legal case management

For Hill Dickinson, sharedo offers huge license and maintenance cost savings and will replace a myriad of existing point systems; together with integrating with their existing document management, time and cost recording and business reporting solutions.

With changes to the Legal Services Act looming, the time was right for Hill Dickinson to make changes to its business management processes in order to provide the platform for business growth.

Keith Feeny, CIO at Hill Dickinson, commented, “Hill Dickinson prides itself on its ability to adapt and innovate; we chose sharedo because it enables us to meet and exceed the needs of our clients in a rapidly changing legal landscape.”

Both Hill Dickinson’s legal and non-legal staff now have a single system to manage all of their cases and matters.

Richard Jones, Head of Business Transformation at Hill Dickinson, said, “Our legal professionals and support staff have the perfect system to make their jobs easier and more efficient and because every action is tracked through sharedo, the business intelligence provided to management makes decision making accurate and timely.”

sharedo is designed to optimise business processes, provide bespoke client service and give leadership teams powerful business insights. It is an adaptive system that uses a complex events processing engine to provide Hill Dickinson with situational awareness that detects conditions to create actions so every case and matter managed has a unique and efficient journey to completion.

 

About Hill Dickinson

Award-winning commercial law firm Hill Dickinson delivers a comprehensive range of legal services covering all forms of dispute resolution and non-contentious advisory and transactional work. With 1250 people, including 190 partners and legal directors, the firm works with clients on a local, national and international level, from offices in Liverpool, London, Manchester, Sheffield, Piraeus, Singapore, Monaco and Hong Kong.

The firm’s clients include multi-national companies, major corporations, UK plcs, insurance companies, UK and foreign banks and financial institutions as well as public sector organisations, private individuals and public and professional bodies.