BigHand wins gold

BigHand Wins Gold for the Best Legal Solution

Leading legal technology solution provider BigHand is delighted to have won Gold at The Titan Business Awards in the ‘Business Technology Solutions - Legal Solution’ category. This is the latest in a series of award wins for BigHand, being named winner of the Workflow Management Platform of the Year award at the 2023 LegalTech Breakthrough Awards, and Company of the Year in the 2023 Business Intelligence Group Awards.

The entry for its latest win focused on BigHand’s market-leading Resource Management solution, a work allocation and resourcing tool that allows law firms to identify resources, forecast utilization, manage workloads and add structure to career development for lawyers. The solution delivers real-time visibility of team availability and costs, improved profitability of matters and supports DEI goals and equitable allocation of work.

In a recent case study, Stephanie Coffer, Resource Advisor (EMEA) at Norton Rose Fulbright commented, “The benefits for lawyers and trainees include the ability to develop new skills, perspectives and an expanded network, better fulfilment at work and access to social purpose activities, and the autonomy to be able to reach personal hours targets and manage workload. Similarly, partners benefit from retained talent, enhanced lawyer and trainee engagement, and a greater depth and breadth of skills that can be applied back to client work.”

The Titan Business Awards were launched to recognize companies, products and people that pave the way through innovation, leadership, and outstanding achievements across the world. BigHand is thrilled to have won alongside many other global leaders in their respective industries.  

Follow the links to learn more about BigHand Resource Management. Also read how APAC law firms smooth their resource management woes.

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