A new way of thinking: Legal Solutions

Legal Solutions

Designed to support the evolving needs and workflows of legal professionals, we are launching a new product strategy for the legal market at this year’s LegalTech® New York conference.

To develop the new focus, product development and technology teams spent countless hours with customers to study their pain points, test ideas and leverage new connections between content, software and know-how tools.

The outcome of this exhaustive process is a new class of products including:

Thomson Reuters Concourse is a matter-based platform designed expressly for corporate legal departments; a companion platform also is being launched for government professionals. Building upon the information and workflow inherent in legal matters, Concourse provides an integrated suite of tools to support critical corporate legal functions such as legal holds, legal research and financial management, and also integrates productivity and collaboration tools such as Microsoft Outlook®. It uses the latest social and mobile approaches to connect corporate counsel and outside counsel in simple and powerful new ways, enhancing collaboration, efficiency and effectiveness.

Thomson Reuters Firm Central is the online practice management solution for solo and small law firms designed to connect the people, information and tools that support critical firm workflows. It combines practice resources such as legal research, calendars, email, document drafting, matters and more with management resources such as time-and-billing as part of an integrated system, designed from the ground-up to be mobile, secure, intuitive and easily implemented in firm environments where law partners are often also the IT directors.

Hosted Practice Technology from Thomson Reuters is built on the popular and courtroom-tested Case NotebookTM and Case Logistix® platforms. These secure, cloud-based tools dovetail seamlessly with the litigation workflow. Hosted Practice Technology gives litigators a powerful productivity advantage through integrated tools that facilitate case analysis, document review, production of case documents and easy sharing of evidence, transcripts, key facts and other case information, all delivered with the enhanced accessibility and cost-effectiveness of cloud technology.

This post originally ran on thomsonreuters.com.