Thank you to all who joined us bright and early for our breakfast seminar “Wake up and smell the coffee” on the 9th of March in the Aviva Stadium. The seminar examined the various challenges firms are facing in this new legal landscape, advised on what’s happening in other jurisdictions and what’s likely to happen […]
What: Accepting change, embracing technology, recognising opportunity. When: Thursday 9th March 2017 from 8am – 9.30am Where: Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4 You know that the Irish legal industry has changed radically over the last 10 years. You know that it faces new challenges and that it has never been more difficult to be […]
On Friday morning the 30th of January we presented the new Keyhouse Practice Management software to our Cork clients. The event started with a 3 minute video giving an overview of the new system before Brian Sweeney gave a 30 minute presentation highlighting its new Microsoft Office look and feel. Neil J Butler of N J […]
Despite the cold, early start on Thursday last, there was a great attendance at our new product launch with screen 3 in the cinema filled almost to capacity and a definite air of anticipation.
Spend 60 minutes with us on the 27th February in the Aviva Stadium from 7.30am to 8.30am and we’ll take you through the new and existing Keyhouse Case Management features you need to really boost that bottom line, including improved MS OFFICE integration, enhanced Outlook Integration, workflows that save time and a new phone integration […]
The Global Legal Profession is Changing. Join us for a breakfast briefing on the 4th of October from 7.30am – 10am in the Marker Hotel, Dublin to learn why, and how to prepare your firm for the commoditisation of legal services.
Three clients, John Buckley (RDJ), John Bourke (Bourke & Co.) and Larry Fenelon (Leman Solicitors) spoke at the Keyhouse Seminar about how they manage the client relationship.
The easiest and most cost effective way of generating new business is through existing clients and Keyhouse CEO Stephen Keogh laid out a few ways to make sure your practice is communicating effectively.
Brian focused on how firms can manage the client relationship more effectively by implementing appropriate technology and leveraging support staff to ensure that the client’s expectations are met.