BI in the Cloud

Law Firm Business Intelligence Boosted by BigHand Cloud

BigHand announces that its advanced financial business intelligence solution is now available in the cloud.

To meet market demand, the latest release is hosted in BigHand’s secure cloud to provide users with access to the best-in-class features coupled with automatic back-end upgrades. IT teams save costs by not having to purchase and host their data servers and save valuable time to focus on other key projects.

BigHand Business Intelligence empowers law firms with role-based reporting, delivering the right financial data to the right person via intuitive dashboards. The flexible data warehouse replaces manual reporting, providing data visibility from the firm level to individual clients and matters. This comprehensive data helps law firms take control of their financial and individual performance with a single source of truth.

With cloud capability, BigHand Business Intelligence now has an all-in-one module. The fully configurable modules can surface real-time data on revenue, profitability, general ledger and expense directly from the firm’s PMS and other 3rd party solutions. Law firms also get answers faster with updated query speeds and data processing. Plus, BigHand handles all server hosting and maintenance tasks.

Rob Stote, Chief Product Officer, commented, “We’re thrilled to be able to offer our clients all the benefits of our market-leading BI solution, with the added security and quicker access to new features and updates that come with the cloud. We know from our latest law firm finance report that 59% confirmed an increase in write-offs over the last year and that quick and easy access to key, personalised financial metrics is paramount to optimising profitability in today’s challenging economic environment. BigHand BI Cloud gives precious time back to our clients to focus on driving profitability in 2024.”

Follow the link to learn more about BigHand’s business intelligence solution.

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