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Eric Wangler is president of the North American business units at BigHand, and has over 15 years of experience in the legal industry. In addition, Eric led the acquisition of Esquire Innovations (now BigHand Office), a leading provider of Microsoft Office integrated practice management software and services for the legal market. He can be reached at eric.wangler@bighand.com. Previously published in AttorneyatWork.com.

5 Tips to Improve Back-Office Processes

5 Tips to Improve Back-Office Processes

Are you contemplating streamlining, centralizing or outsourcing some or all of your law firm’s back-office functions? It’s an idea worth exploring. Improving basic processes and using the right technology can help you and your staff minimize frustration and save time, which ultimately benefits your clients. If you’re wondering where to begin, here are five practical […]

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