Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) January 09, 2012
IntApp, Inc., the leading provider of application integration software for the legal industry, today announced that Minter Ellison SA/NT, part of the Minter Ellison group of federated law firms and South Australia’s largest commercial law firm, has selected IntApp Integration Builder to accelerate the roll out of Elite 3E as its new financial and practice management platform.
“Our firm is always on the lookout for advanced, innovative technologies that can maximise operational efficiency, lawyer productivity and client service,” said Michael Veasey, Director of Technology Services, Minter Ellison SA/NT. “We made the decision to use IntApp Integration Builder to accelerate our Elite 3E roll out because we were impressed and excited by the tremendous potential we see for the technology in the hands of a skilled and motivated IT team.”
Integration Builder provides a simple, straightforward way for law firms to connect, manage and automate their business applications and processes. It enables law firms to integrate Elite 3E into their IT environment without having to develop complex, custom code in house. It does this by interfacing directly with Elite’s native web services functionality and providing IT with a graphic interface for configuring business logic and integration rules.
To further speed Elite 3E adoption, IntApp offers pre-built templates that jumpstart integration with common law firm applications including document management, records management, time entry, portal and other systems. IntApp also provides firms with access to an extensive community of certified Integration Builder and Elite 3E consultants who can assist organisations with constrained resources.
With a faster, scalable approach to software integration, law firms are able to extend Elite 3E’s capabilities and expedite key business processes including new business intake, lawyer provisioning and other workflow-based tasks and activities.
“Our Elite 3E initiative is just the first of many projects we have in mind for Integration Builder,” added Veasey. “Because it frees us from costly and time-consuming custom software development, we’ll also be using it to automate a number of business processes across the firm, improving the scope of service and quality of data provided to our lawyers and business stakeholders.”
“We’re always excited to see passionate adoption and broad use of Integration Builder by law firm technology leaders like Minter Ellison SA/NT,” said Neal Vora, head of IntApp’s Integration Practice Group. “We look forward to supporting their efforts as our Australian customer community continues to blossom.”
IntApp provides software products and services that enable law firms to achieve competitive advantage by exceeding client compliance requirements, increasing revenue, and reducing operational costs. IntApp’s three practice groups (Risk, Revenue and Integration) focus on understanding existing pressures and emerging trends, and translate this knowledge into products and best practices. IntApp products are the most-adopted in their respective categories - Wall Builder for information barriers and client confidentiality management, Time Builder for time capture, and Integration Builder for application integration and master data management. IntApp serves over 200 customers, is endorsed by major software vendors across all categories, and has cultivated a vibrant partner community. For more information about IntApp, visit: http://www.intapp.com.
About Minter Ellison
Minter Ellison is a leading Asia Pacific law firm with more than 284 partners and 870 legal staff work in 14 offices across Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, the People's Republic of China and the United Kingdom. Our specialist lawyers support local and multinational companies as well as public sector clients throughout the region and have been independently recognized among the world's pre-eminent lawyers. http://www.minterellison.com
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