This year's ILTACON (even the name was changed) was a different conference compared to earlier years. If you have been used to attending a conference to participate in engaging keynotes and breakout sessions and come back with new ideas and inspiration for what you need to do when you're coming back – this year was a dramatically different conference and digital transformation in law firms and the legal industry was at the center.
If you think compliance is expensive, try non-compliance.
In today's data-heavy environment, being compliant in every aspect of a company's business is vital. Especially talking data processing and information security.
In the EU, this has primarily been made obligatory through the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and similar data protection regulations are apparent in other parts of the world. Regulations like GDPR require that companies uphold different obligations such as a continually updated Data Protection Addendum and agreement between a Data Processor and Data Controller, stating and regulating on what legal basis data is processed, etc.
To that, we can answer clearly: YES!
And not only that: AskCody is uniquely directly built into Office, Exchange and Azure. And we work very closely together with Microsoft to ensure it will continue that way for the future. As we like to say it: we are the meeting management software platform built for Microsoft.
All law firms — whether they are single-lawyer practices in the midwest or massive firms in NYC —- have one thing in common: They are looking for ways to make more money.
The most obvious path is to make more money by taking on more clients.
More clients = more cases = more money.
The math is pretty simple, right?
But what happens if you are already drowning in cases? Do you hire more lawyers? Where would you put them? Now you are talking about getting a bigger office space which means more overhead and higher bills, not more income.
If your firm is looking to drive revenue, the first step is to take a long look at the biggest profit-killer of all — soaring overhead costs.
Here you can learn about the different pricing plans and Add-ons from AskCody that adapt to the needs of your organization, helping you efficiently reach your goals and organizational outcomes.
We are all still challenged by the current coronavirus pandemic status. Most business offices are still closed, but we are now starting to see more and more companies getting into preparation mode for the re-opening of all the physical facilities. So, it is getting time to move from a situation where everybody is working remotely and prepare for the “Post COVID-19” workplace and basically get into the mindset on how to secure the office space and make all your employees and visitors feel safe in your environment.
Have you ever wished for more hours in the day? More time to spend focusing on deep work rather than running around to meetings? (That could have been an email, Susan!)
We've all been there.
The rise of technology has given us access to a vast amount of data about how we work — but many companies don't have the tools to turn that data into real insights.
Luckily, there are several software solutions aimed at doing just that. Today, we are comparing two of the most popular workplace analytics tools — Microsoft's add on and AskCody's built-in workplace analytics solution.
Which comes out on top when it comes to pricing and features? Is one solution a better fit for your company? Let's find out.
When it comes to running a business, it is all about the numbers. While most businesses look at overall revenue, there is a much more critical number all businesses should be looking at, especially those in professional services — your profit margins.
Profit margins serve several critical purposes. First, comparing your profit margins to averages in your industry serves as a benchmark. If the average profit margin is much higher, it may be time to adjust the way you do business.
Tracking your profit margin over time can highlight how strategic changes are impacting your firm's bottom line.
So, how does your profit margin compare to your industry? First, let's make sure your profit margin numbers are accurate.
In 2019, Jorge Masvidal floored Ben Askren in the fastest takedown in UFC history. A flying knee took Ben down in less than two seconds, ending the fight before it really even began.
Most fights, however, aren't a one-hit takedown. There is sparring, fighting, a few takedown attempts before a winner emerges victorious.
What does this have to do with choosing a meeting management tool, you might wonder?
Just like in UFC, there is rarely a clear winner in the first two seconds. The right tool for your company might depend on your industry, the size of your company, and a variety of other factors unique to your business.
This can get complicated and overwhelming — especially when you are trying to take care of clients and get actual work done.
We decided to make it easy for you.
This guide will help you compare Robin with the best Robin alternative, AskCody. We'll look at features, support, integrations, and a few pros and cons. By the end, you'll have a clear idea of which software will best suit your needs.
When Meghan Trainor co-wrote the popular song "All About The Bass," she didn't expect to make a dime. The 2014 song about loving your body the way it is went Diamond and launched the singer and songwriter to international fame.
As an advertiser, you know profitability sometimes has more to do with marketability than anything else. Too often, agencies let business details slide as they focus on the profitability of clients over their own agency.
When it comes to advertising agencies it's not about that bass — it's all about those margins.
Profit margins, that is.
(Yes, we went there.)
Before we explore improving your profit margin, we need to consider if your current profit margins are accurate.