/ What a law firm can teach you about IT modernization

When Bill Denninger decided it was time to approach his boss about the need for a different business intelligence solution, the director of business strategy for large New York-based law firm Weitz & Luxenberg, P.C. started the discussion by pointing to the hot dog cart down the street.

“The bottom line was that the guy running that cart knew more about his business than we knew about ours,” said Bill, who has been with the firm for almost five years. “He could say how many hot dogs he sold yesterday and today, and how many he’d sell tomorrow. But for us, it was taking days to answer simple questions.”

That’s no longer the case. Since switching to Domo in July 2019 and implementing it on top of the system Weitz & Luxenberg’s IT team had built, the firm has found its recipe for success.

Now, the partners and department heads have easy access to detailed reporting, the marketing department understands which platforms are delivering the best ROI, and everyone within the organization can see and track leads and cases, in real-time, from anywhere.

“We had a bowl full of spaghetti and we needed to unwind it,” Bill said. “We needed to pull data in from many different areas. And we needed to connect more applications and systems. That’s what we’ve been able to do.”

To learn how Bill and his colleagues did it, join us Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 11:30 a.m. MT, when he and Weitz & Luxenberg’s director of operations, Yehia Said, headline a Domo-sponsored webinar titled, “Building the Strategy, Technology, and Processes to Run a Modern Firm.”

In addition to detailing why Weitz & Luxenberg chose Domo and what made the implementation process so seamless, the pair will discuss how the move has impacted three distinct areas especially—marketing effectiveness, case disposition, and forecasting and revenue—and what it’s meant at a time when speed to insight has never been so valuable to all types of organizations.

For more information about the webinar, or to register, click here.

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