Large law firms are well-versed in using 3E – the leading enterprise business management solution from Thomson Reuters – to foster growth and maximize performance. Now, the cloud-based solution is better enabling mid-size firms to track and manage workflow, improve efficiency and increase profitability – and to do so in a powerful way, especially as lawyers and law firm staff work remotely.

London-based Fox Williams LLP recently became the first UK firm to adopt 3E Cloud, the Software as a Service (SaaS) version of 3E that helps firms reduce their infrastructure costs, leverage new technology faster and adapt more readily to change, thus allowing the firm to better compete against much larger firms.

3E Cloud gives mid-size firms the ability to upgrade to a robust and scalable financial and practice management solution while staying agile and flexible, which are among the core advantages of mid-size firms.

For Fox Williams, adopting 3E Cloud was a natural next step, since the firm already uses other cloud-based solutions.

“Being able to benefit from a large law firm solution was a real differentiator for us,” said Jeremy Gubbay, partner and chief operating officer of Fox Williams. “3E Cloud gives us the benefits of 3E plus the security, managed service, and automatic upgrades of a cloud offering, all without the upfront investment that would be needed for an on-premises system.”

3E Cloud provides firms with other benefits, including superior data security, power and load capacity flexibility, improved disaster recovery and enhanced risk management of business data. The architecture of 3E Cloud – a Thomson Reuters-managed cloud environment using the Microsoft® Azure® platform – enables firms to become more agile, lawyers to quickly respond to client needs, and staff to easily track and manage activity on any scale.

Learn more about 3E Cloud here.

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