War Stories - Making the Business Case for Going Digital
Lunch Sponsor: DocSolid
The cost and risk of paper records are a severe business burden, negatively impacting the daily workflow of attorneys and staff, inflating real estate needs, impeding information governance and perpetuating offsite records storage. Law firms must address both inbound paper and the document prints from the firm's DMS to close the digital and physical records gap.
We all know this, but how can we build the business case and related initiative to solve it? What can you take to your firm's executive committee to get them on board? Using case studies addressing productivity bottlenecks, closing the gap, gaining measurable ROI and more, we'll arm you with the data necessary to make the business case for going digital.
In this session, the president of DocSolid will be joined by a featured guest speaker with real-world experience in going digital, who will give a hands-on overview of the business case, plan, processes and tools they used to solve the problem.
Steve Irons is the President of DocSolid, a market-leading provider of enterprise scanning, printing, workflow and consulting solutions for the legal market. The company provides patented enterprise solutions that streamline paper-burdened business activities and integrate with line-of-business software. A thought leader on the intersection of paper and people, Steve has founded three document imaging ventures, holds 12 patents in the field and frequently publishes and speaks on related topics.
Roger Bonine is the Director, Information Technology at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, P.C. Roger is responsible for all aspects of information technology at the firm, including applications, desktop and server computing, infrastructure, application development, user support, PMO and telecom.