Opportunity: This 320 attorney, AmLaw 200, Kansas City-based firm was looking to implement changes in production workflow in order to maximize efficiencies and substantially reduce consumption and reliance on paper. With the expiration of its current Canon Multi-Function Device (MFD) fleet pending as well as an aging printer fleet, the firm’s operations and IT teams were seeking a comprehensive solution to meet the current and future needs of the firm.
Opportunity: This 225 attorney, Nashville-based firm was looking to improve outsourcing workflow efficiencies, service level and increase equipment capabilities. The firm had been with its current outsourcing and equipment provider for over a decade and felt that the level of off-site management interaction and proactive presentation of strategic initiatives were minimal.
With the contract expiring,
Opportunity: This 250 attorney, AmLaw 200, Washington D.C.-based firm has 11 offices nationwide. The firm had multiple offsite records storage contracts in place and was interested in investigating cost-savings and efficiencies by consolidating vendors as well as creating a short and long-term strategy to reduce their offsite storage commitments.
Solution: The firm hired Mattern &
Problem: This 350 attorney, AmLaw 200 firm based in Ohio had decided to outsource their in-sourced back-office operations and multi-function devices (MFDs) on a firm-wide basis five years prior. The contract was expiring and the firm was now considering outsourcing the on-site centralized Records and Information Management functions. As a result, the firm was interested in what other outsourcing companies’ capabilities were in the records space,
Problem: This 250 attorney, AmLaw 200, Washington D.C.-based firm had specific areas in which it was struggling; in particular, they were finding it difficult to keep current with technology, flexing to meet demand, and recovering costs for the internal systems and storage related to litigation support services (e-Discovery).
The firm had many legacy databases on the firm’s infrastructure,