How much control does a legal service provider have over their service offering?

By Matthew Briggs In About TLS

The Law Superstore’s Matthew Briggs explains how The Law Superstore has been built to provide legal service providers with complete control over their service offering – even allowing them to trial new services, pricing systems and manage workloads in real time.

  • The Law Superstore’s Matthew Briggs explains how The Law Superstore has been built to provide legal service providers with complete control over their service offering – even allowing them to trial new services, pricing systems and manage workloads in real time.

Essentially, the law firms are free to promote  themselves. They are able to activate or deactivate their service listing at anytime – 24/7. It won’t cost anything to deactivate and it is instant. This may be relevant if a fee earner goes away on holiday, for example, and their particular services need to be temporarily deactivated. The change can be made instantly, as easily as turning on an out of office notice.

Conversely, if a firm has a fee earner that is being under-utilised and they want to top up the work that the fee earner is doing to get them up to capacity, they can activate a service or featured listing for any of the legal services they offer to fill up that fee earner very quickly. When they are full and have reached their optimum run rate, they can deactivate their listings. This means that The Law Superstore is acting as a resource optimisation tool as well as being completely flexible.

To discover more about The Law Superstore or to register for free visit our homepage www.thelawsuperstore.co.uk/partners

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