Like any strong employee, with a little bit of investment, training and experience your computer systems can be autonomous, carry a large work load and deliver results.
Office applications, document management systems and accounts systems are readily implemented to supplement and shave time off existing processes. We may use emails to replace letters, we may save our documents to an easily accessible central electronic area rather than a hard copy file, or we might dictate into our mobile phones rather than on tape. Whilst these are all worthwhile developments, what we can be slow to adopt is letting those systems automate and run some activities independently.
Consider some day-to-day tasks. What is the input, what is the output and what logic do you apply in the middle to get that output?
Incoming correspondence (email or letters) of any type need to be stored, and with training, we can identify what that document is and where we should put it. We might look for reference numbers, addresses or a colleagues name to work that out. Solutions are available however to do that task for us, meaning the correspondence is already filed when I come to look at.
- Filing of incoming correspondence, emails and physical documents.
- Document production – automatic population of letters, forms and templates
- Giving scheduled reports to Clients
- Reminding the team of upcoming key dates and deadlines
- And more…
Fusion work with law firms globally to leverage the features of their existing solutions and apply a level of automation to common processes. This allows for an increase in productivity, work volume, consistency in process and leaves the team to focus on what they do best.
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