Why standalone software is holding back your practice

12th Sep 2019
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It’s a question as old as the industry itself - how can we reduce non-billable time, boost efficiency and drive productivity? In today’s market, there are also new questions to consider - how do we remain competitive and future-thinking? How do we prepare for the uncertain times ahead? Manual data entry and standalone solutions could be holding your practice back from achieving true productivity gains.

Wolters Kluwer have noticed a trend of practices with standalone software products moving to an integrated software suite to optimise processes and drive efficiency. That said, many practices are reluctant to move and instead choose to stay with standalone providers they are dissatisfied with. When you are working to meet deadlines and the software you have works, even with some or a lot of manual intervention from your team, why change what's currently working?

What is often overlooked in this case is the cost of not moving to an integrated suite. Could standalone software solutions be holding you back from reducing dead time? In this article, Wolters Kluwer helps you calculate the cost of standalone software using a practical example - a change in address.

In this article you'll find out:

  • the costs of the staying with the devil you know
  • the changing expectations of clients today
  • what manual data entry is costing your practice
  • how Wolters Kluwer can help you future-proof your practice with a centralised suite

This is a must-read for any practice wishing to remain competitive in today’s digitalised industry.

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