Datasharp Integrated Communications, based in Peasedown St John, is set to host a debate to consider how legal firms can identify and overcome barriers when implementing technology solutions.
The company is a leading UK supplier of voice, data, mobile, video, network security, contact centre and collaboration technology for business.
IT Directors, Chief Technology Officers and Chief Information Officers from local legal firms will take part in the event entitled “The Agile Law Firm – Reality Or A Dream?”.
It takes place on Monday 29th April at the offices of Osborne Clark International Legal Practice in Bristol.
The panel will consist of: Chris Bull, Executive Director, Kingsmead Square; Barry Gipson, Head of Operational Development, Osborne Clarke; Rebecca Plummeridge, International Strategic Projects Manager, Osborne Clarke; Ben Neo, Head of Professional Services, Mitel; Steve Sumner, IT Director, Taylor Vinters and Will Wood, Head of Pre-Sales, Datasharp Integrated Communications.
Matt Delargy, Head of Sales at Datasharp Integrated Communications, said, “This is the first event of its type. It’s not a ‘talk to’ format, but rather a chance to take part in a Q&A debate focusing on common obstacles and successes relating to the topic.”
Chris Bull, Executive Director of Kingsmead Square, added, “The event will be focused on the needs and interests of law firms, with emphasis on sharing and collaborating as the best way to unlock problems and move forward. We believe that everyone who attends will have a contribution to make.”
Tickets are available for those working in the legal profession only. For further information, please visit the event information page.