MarketView: Business Process Management for Legal

Report provides a comprehensive review of BPM solutions that meet the unique needs of law firms

 

Sugar Land, TX ­– January 21, 2014 – Hyperion Global Partners, a premier business and technology consulting practice to the legal profession, today announces the company’s research arm has published its seminal research on Business Process Management (BPM) for legal. The firm’s report, MarketView™ Report: Business Process Management for Law Firms, represents the first comprehensive review of the trends and solutions defining this emerging solution area. Any law firm considering the implementation of third-party, enterprise BPM solutions to supplement the workflow tools offered by core legal applications providers will find valuable insight in this report.

The report focuses on the following areas:

  • Solutions-oriented approaches towards human and matter-centric process automation (as opposed to data-only or single-process automation);
  • Solutions that are recognized in the professional services market, and particularly legal, and that have a demonstrated core understanding of law firm operational requirements;
  • Solutions that have a recognized and verified market presence, particularly in our clients’ most important markets;
  • Vendors that have been specifically identified as “of interest” by our clients and that are consistently evaluated in competitive product selection processes.

 

“This report will prove especially helpful to the legal community because of the chronically broad and nebulous definitions of a Business Process Management solution,” notes Bobby Tindel, a managing director of Hyperion’s BPM practice. “We researched a broad mix of vendors across a number of solution segments and identified those most relevant to the legal market’s needs and those with the most advanced process automation capabilities.”

The report offers detailed analysis of BPM solutions from eight leading vendors, including Elegrity, Frayman Group, HP Autonomy, Intapp, Intellera, K2, OpenText and Thomson Reuters.

The report is available to Hyperion Research Membership clients, or for individual report purchase online at Hyperion Research. Purchase of the report also includes a 60-minute briefing session with a Hyperion Senior Analyst to discuss and answer questions about the market and specific solution providers.

 

Click here for more info and to order the report.

 

 

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