Integration Builder has significantly improved our data integrity and process efficiency.
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) May 13, 2013
IntApp, Inc., provider of the most-adopted application integration software for the legal industry, today announced that Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers LLP, a leading intellectual property law firm, uses IntApp Integration Builder to streamline new business intake and communicate key business information collected during new matter inception to a variety of applications used by lawyers and staff.
“Our firm follows complex workflows to collect a variety of information about new clients and matters during the new business intake process and communicate this data to different business applications,” said Monroe Horn, Chief Technology Officer, Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers LLP. “Integration Builder has significantly improved our data integrity and process efficiency. It enables us to seamlessly transfer information gathered during new business intake to our Master Data Directory – a central repository of information about clients, matters and people – and to downstream applications.”
Integration Builder provides a simple, straightforward way for law firms to connect, manage and automate their business applications and processes. Provided as a pure-software application deployable in a virtualized environment, it delivers real-time data communication without the cost, complexity and time required by custom code development. Enabling organizations to rapidly address common challenges including new business intake, new user provisioning, application upgrades and distribution list management, IntApp includes pre-built solution templates, best practices and access to an energetic, collaborative user community of IT professionals.
“Our investment in Integration Builder is paying additional dividends,” added Horn. “We’re also using the product to manage version control for documents stored in Autonomy iManage WorkSite, and will soon replace all our legacy custom data management scripts with Integration Builder rules. This transformation will improve our IT architecture and enable our team to tackle future projects more effectively.”
“Sunstein has an extremely sophisticated approach to business process and information management,” said Norm Mullock, Head of IntApp’s Integration Practice Group. “We look forward to supporting the firm as it continues to refine and enhance its IT architecture and business processes.”
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 (Integration, Risk and Revenue) 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 - Integration Builder for application integration and master data management, Wall Builder for information security and client confidentiality management, Time Builder for time capture. IntApp serves over 300 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 Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers LLP
Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers LLP is an intellectual property law firm based in Boston, Massachusetts. The firm, which has an outstanding record of important wins for its technology and life sciences clients, specializes in litigation, patent and trademark prosecution, intellectual property portfolio development and business transactions. It represents clients throughout the United States and abroad, including public and private companies, major academic and research institutions, government agencies and individuals. For more information about Sunstein, visit: http://www.sunsteinlaw.com.
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