Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) January 13, 2014
Intapp, Inc., provider of the most-adopted time management software for law firms, today announced that international firm Osborne Clarke has selected Intapp as its strategic partner to provide desktop and mobile time entry to its lawyers.
“We chose Intapp because we felt the software and support they offer will deliver considerable benefit to our lawyers,” said Nathan Hayes, IT Director, Osborne Clarke. “We evaluated a number of offerings, but quickly determined that Intapp provides the most modern and intuitive user experience, along with unique features that will significantly simplify and streamline lawyer time recording. We’re particularly excited about Intapp’s integration of sophisticated, automated time capture capabilities into the product. And we appreciate that Intapp has cultivated productive partnerships and product integrations with other industry vendors, including Thomson Elite, provider of our practice management software.”
Today, numerous market forces are driving the need for more efficient and more comprehensive time recording. These include new services delivery and pricing requirements, ongoing pressure to boost firm financial performance, increased lawyer mobility, and increasingly stringent client billing guidelines.
In response, Intapp streamlines, simplifies and fundamentally reshapes how lawyers track and manage time – offering unmatched, integrated capabilities including desktop time entry, mobile time recording, automated time capture, and extensive information management, reporting and compliance features like direct integration with eBillingHub for real-time validation.
Leveraging over two decades of real-world experience and feedback from global organizations with demanding requirements, Intapp delivers software specifically designed to address the diverse needs of lawyers, support staff, finance and IT professionals.
Today, over 325 firms have adopted time management software from Intapp, enabling greater productivity and satisfaction for lawyers, cleaner bills for clients, and increased revenue and profitability for the organization.
“We see our time management initiative as the starting point of a long-term strategic partnership between our organizations,” added Hayes. “Intapp is widely recognized as the market leader in several technology categories, and we look forward to taking advantage of the many benefits that should come with adopting a number of products in their integrated application portfolio.”
Intapp provides software products and services that enable law firms to thrive in an increasingly competitive marketplace by improving client service, increasing profitability, and reducing operational costs. Intapp's three practice groups (Revenue, Risk and Integration) focus on understanding existing pressures and emerging trends, and translate this knowledge into products and best practices. Intapp products are recognized as the most advanced in their respective categories - time entry and capture, application integration, information security, new business intake, and conflicts management.
Intapp serves over 450 customers, is endorsed by major software vendors across all categories, and has cultivated a vibrant partner community. For more information, visit: http://www.intapp.com.
About Osborne Clarke
Osborne Clarke has a team of 550 lawyers in 13 international offices across 5 countries; providing clients with consistently high standards of service and commercial cross-border legal advice tailored to their industry. We offer our clients an international perspective, combined with an understanding of the local business environment and in-depth legal expertise in each jurisdiction. For more information, visit: http://www.osborneclarke.com.
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‘Osborne Clarke’ refers to an international organization, Osborne Clarke Verein (OCV), or one of its member firms, which are all separate legal entities and have no authority to obligate or bind each other or OCV with regard to third parties.