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Making the Move to the Cloud

Video redistributed thanks to Merovitz Potechin LLP

Article by Lauren Dagworthy

March 16, 2020

Adopting Cloud techology has been discussed by the legal industry extensively for the last few years. The firms that chose to lead the charge in the transition to the Cloud have demonstrated that there are numerous benefits to be found by using a Cloud system. Regardless of size, firms can benefit from the increased security; streamlined workflows; and flexible accessibility that comes with uniting their practice with Cloud technology.

Firms such as Merovitz Potechin LLP in Ottawa, Canada have discovered a more effective way to work by exchanging their legacy on-premise solution for the Cloud. By integrating their practice with Soluno, Office 365, and NetDocuments (implemented by Tikit), Merovitz Potechin's ability to service their clients has reached new heights. They've been able to manage their matters remotely, and keep their client data secure. Not to mention the cost to run their new solution is lower than it would have been to maintain their old software.

Merovitz Potechin is one of many success stories to come from switching to the Cloud. From saving money, to securing data, to improving collaboration and efficiency, the Cloud is the next step in law firms' quest for improvement. Plus, the transition from on-premise to the Cloud may not be as daunting as you'd expect. By using trusted Cloud-based partners to help with the move, firms can have peace of mind that their data will remain secure, and the growing pains will be eased by reliable training and support. Not all Cloud companies are the same, though; researching and getting to know potential Cloud software providers will help any firm feel at ease with the next evolution of their practice.

Regardless of the providers used, your firm will find more efficiency and more flexibility on the Cloud. However, if your firm wants a reliable partner to help you move from your on-premise accounting solution, you can trust in Soluno. "The time to make the move is now," says Eli Udell, a partner at Merovitz Potechin, "Firms that are getting in at the ground level now will be able to take advantage of much more advanced features over the coming years."

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Making the Move to the Cloud

Video redistributed thanks to Merovitz Potechin LLP

Article by Lauren Dagworthy

March 16, 2020

Adopting Cloud techology has been discussed by the legal industry extensively for the last few years. The firms that chose to lead the charge in the transition to the Cloud have demonstrated that there are numerous benefits to be found by using a Cloud system. Regardless of size, firms can benefit from the increased security; streamlined workflows; and flexible accessibility that comes with uniting their practice with Cloud technology.

Firms such as Merovitz Potechin LLP in Ottawa, Canada have discovered a more effective way to work by exchanging their legacy on-premise solution for the Cloud. By integrating their practice with Soluno, Office 365, and NetDocuments (implemented by Tikit), Merovitz Potechin's ability to service their clients has reached new heights. They've been able to manage their matters remotely, and keep their client data secure. Not to mention the cost to run their new solution is lower than it would have been to maintain their old software.

Merovitz Potechin is one of many success stories to come from switching to the Cloud. From saving money, to securing data, to improving collaboration and efficiency, the Cloud is the next step in law firms' quest for improvement. Plus, the transition from on-premise to the Cloud may not be as daunting as you'd expect. By using trusted Cloud-based partners to help with the move, firms can have peace of mind that their data will remain secure, and the growing pains will be eased by reliable training and support. Not all Cloud companies are the same, though; researching and getting to know potential Cloud software providers will help any firm feel at ease with the next evolution of their practice.

Regardless of the providers used, your firm will find more efficiency and more flexibility on the Cloud. However, if your firm wants a reliable partner to help you move from your on-premise accounting solution, you can trust in Soluno. "The time to make the move is now," says Eli Udell, a partner at Merovitz Potechin, "Firms that are getting in at the ground level now will be able to take advantage of much more advanced features over the coming years."

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