- Dec 13, 2022
Practice management in peril? The benefit of hindsight
In this article Paul Longhurst draws on his 16 years experience in the PMS market giving his views on it's current state.
- Nov 29, 2022
Business systems post-implementation – How to keep your shiny new system shiny and new
It can take a considerable amount of resource and energy to select and implement a new system in your business, whether that be a new...
- Aug 4, 2022
Should I stay or should I go… the practice management dilemma for smaller law firms
3Kites ran a seminar back in 2015 called ‘PMS – the perfect storm’, so named because practice management products like Thomson Reuters’...
- Nov 1, 2021
We need to join together
So sang Roger Daltrey on The Who’s 1972 ‘Join Together’, and it is this refrain that I think of when looking at the role of IT teams in...
- May 3, 2021
The power of the sequel – why Phase 2 helps your implementation
When working on large projects such as replacing a PMS/accounting system, Phase 2 can be seen as the graveyard of hope where ambitious...
- Feb 11, 2019
PMS Projects – Traps for the unwary
PMS (practice management system) projects are a major undertaking for any firm. The time, billing and payment elements of the PMS and the...
- Aug 2, 2017
Head in the clouds - comparing cloud computing with on-premise for major systems
Less than three years ago, in September 2014, 3Kites ran a seminar (with Kemp IT Law) about balancing the benefits and risks of cloud...
- Mar 1, 2016
So here’s the thing – if you were to spend £3,000,000 on a house with six bedrooms, three reception rooms, a large kitchen, a double...
Duncan Ogilvy and Melanie Farquharson
- Sep 1, 2015
A new PMS – a chance for refreshed processes
As is well documented, a number of legal sector Practice Management Systems (PMS) are approaching the end of their (supported) lives, and...