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Summary: Castrén & Snellman, Finland's oldest law firm, prides itself on helping clients succeed in a rapidly changing world. So, when the firm noticed a trend of clients wanting greater value and predictive control over their legal spend, they partnered with Sysero to improve the efficiency of legal service delivery.
Publish Date: May 2017

Summary: With a network of international offices, law firm Ince & Co has complex knowledge management requirements. After a period evaluating the best solution providers, Ince & Co chose to migrate their know-how library to Sysero and deliver the solution as part of their SharePoint Intranet. Project Managers, Business Analysts, Test Managers and the IT team worked with Sysero to deliver the project within an agreed time scale. Having gone live, Ince’s 300 lawyers can now browse and search using one of the legal world’s best knowledge management systems.

Summary: Maclay Murray & Spens have chosen Sysero 2.0 to create flexible review workflow’s to maintain their central knowledge repository. The new system provides users with a branded knowledge site and tools integrated with MS Office that allow subject matter experts to maintain content held in the library. Using Sysero, MMS are developing workflows customised to each of their primary practice areas to build a knowledge silo containing precedents, clauses, styles, forms, practice notes and other reference material.

Summary: Penningtons Manches have chosen to build a knowledge library and intranet using Worksite, SharePoint 2013 and Sysero 2.0. Users can search for knowledge and information using a combination of full text searching and taxonomy browsing from within their new SharePoint Intranet. Documents are maintained using a Worksite library and Sysero allows SharePoint to show documents respecting each user’s Worksite security profile. As well as providing a responsive, secure and easy to use knowledge repository, Sysero shows the number of results in each category, allows users to preview MS Word documents before downloading and lets the firm customise both the information in the results lists and the look and feel of the search experience.

Summary: Following a short trial period, Cederquist have become the first firm in Scandinavia to implement a Knowledge Management System using Sysero 2.0. As a firm that focuses on quality, Cederquist needs a system that can provide a flexible review workflow to build a central knowledge repository. The new system follows the distinctive Cederquist website branding, and uses tools integrated with MS Office to allow subject matter experts to upload and maintain content held in the Sysero system.

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