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Advancements in the telecommunications industry over the past few years have revolutionised the day-to-day operations for law firms. From increasing employee flexibility, to significant financial savings, here are some of the key benefits of using telecommunications in your law firm:
Due to the sheer amount of improvements within the telecommunication industry it’s now easier for a law firm and its employees to employ flexible working.
Firms are now no longer just restricted to face to face meetings. Video conferencing software and conference call features mean meetings can be hosted with clients whether they’re at their own home, in an office or even when abroad.
With the number of employees working remotely on the up, telecoms tools make it easier than ever to stay in touch throughout the day.
Taking the above point into account, due to the ability to attend meetings virtually, the amount of time and money employees spend travelling to and from meetings is significantly decreased. Meaning more time can be focused handling clients legal matters and more money can be invested back into the business.
And there’s additional cost savings to be had if you were to combine IT and telecoms. By reducing the amount spent on calls and eliminating having to pay for several service providers.
IT and telecoms are intrinsically linked which can provide benefits if you use the same provider for both. This will mean that managing your comms, updating your software, or resolving any issues becomes a much slicker, more seamless process.
It goes without saying, client relations for a law firm are of the utmost importance. When handling particular cases, there may be clients that get in touch more frequently than others. With this in mind, ensuring clients have an effective means to communicate with the firm is essential and excellent telecommunication services such as a dedicated phone line enable this.
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