QlikTalk: QlikView in Legal

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QlikTalk: QlikView in Legal

  1. 1. QlikTalk:QlikView in LegalTom Pizzey
  2. 2. QlikTech in Legal• 300% Growth in the past 12 months• 3300 + users in the UK• 360 degree view of your information  Connect to multiple data sources (10 PMS systems and counting)• Dynamic Analysis: – Aged debt, WIP, Utilisation - by Matter, Client, Partner, Fee Earner – How profitable is the Matter / Client to the firm? – Would Fixed or Capped fees would be more appropriate for a client? – How do you know if you are on track with target estimates? – Where did the work come from?
  3. 3. Berwin Leighton Paisner - Qlikview22nd November 2011
  4. 4. About us London | Abu Dhabi | Berlin & Frankfurt | Brussels | Hong Kong | Moscow | Paris | Singaporewww.blplaw.com Page 4 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  5. 5. About usNamed “Law Firm of the Year2010” (Legal Week and TheLawyer), BLP had the largestpercentage growth in 2009-10of the UK top 30 law firms.Ranked 13th in UKwww.blplaw.com Page 5 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  6. 6. Market view“The BLP brand captures the entrepreneurial spirit necessary to survive in today‟s tough global economy. ” Legal Business, January 2010“not only to the recession but also to anticipate It is the firm‟s ability to respond creatively - major changes in the legal market as a whole - that deserves credit. The Lawyer, June 2010 ”www.blplaw.com Page 6 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  7. 7. The „Financial‟ Reporting Challenge Reporting Layer Purpose Audience / Consumers Analysis of business Finance, Partnership, Analysis trends, e.g. profitability etc. Business Managers Provide view of business Partnership management, Management health – e.g. utilisation, Partners, Finance, fee-earner time, aged debt Business managers Support business Operational staff & Process processes – e.g. billing, Management debt collection, expenses Audit Regulatory compliance, Financial Controllers & SAR, system balancing their staffwww.blplaw.com Page 7 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  8. 8. Where we were • Manual Excel reporting • Tactical data repositories (Excel & Custom SQL) - Lots of data flows/extracts populating • System reports – Elite/Webview/ARCS • Custom reports – Reporting Services/IQ Reports/FRX • Spreadsheets - Excel • System feeds • Custom SQL database is very complex and again dependant on manual maintenancewww.blplaw.com Page 8 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  9. 9. Challenges created • Data anomalies • Inconsistent reporting formats and layouts • Time consuming production, reoccurring manipulation of data • Multiple departments reproducing same information • High risk processes • Data being fixed within reports as opposed to sourcewww.blplaw.com Page 9 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  10. 10. Our Objectives • Automate and streamline • Stable and efficient data store • Remove manual processes • Intuitive presentation • Eliminate Excel • Integration with multiple databases • Historical and real-time datawww.blplaw.com Page 10 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  11. 11. Reporting Softwarewww.blplaw.com Page 11 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  12. 12. The Vision Reporting Layer • Dedicated reporting platform – workloadQlikview separated from transactional Analysis systems. Management • Performance gains because warehouse is optimised Process • Reporting platform decoupled from vendor Audit specific productsElite • Allows adoption of “best of breed” www.blplaw.com Page 12 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  13. 13. Where we will be • One version of the truth • Integrated data model • Flexibility to incorporate and transform data from numerous sources • Not tied to the data model of one particular application or product • Historical data Interactive Dashboards • High Performancewww.blplaw.com Page 13 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  14. 14. Where we will be • Reduced time and costs for report development • Opportunity to provide a common set of powerful reporting tools, to enable: • Advanced analysis • User driven ad-hoc query tools • Self service reporting Interactive Dashboards • One data model to understand • Less complexity for developers = faster development cycleswww.blplaw.com Page 14 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  15. 15. Planned Finance Deployment Home Dashboard (1200) Home / Time / WIP / Billings / Debt / Cash / Exposure Pricing & Resourcing (600) Profitability Time & Materials / Fixed Price / Phasing (50) Financial Accounting (100) Partner Appraisal (200) GL / TB / P&L / Cash flow / AP SEP / JEP / Promotions Management Summary (25) Combination of abovewww.blplaw.com Page 15 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  16. 16. Future Core Deployment (Non Finance) • All modules target Fee Earners & Business Services • Multiple dashboards similar to Finance Human Resource Marketing CRM ITwww.blplaw.com Page 16 © Berwin Leighton Paisner
  17. 17. This document provides a general summary only and is not intended to be comprehensive. Specific legal advice should always be soughtin relation to the particular facts of a given situation.

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