June 26, 2020

BigHand adopts prominent industry partnerships to underpin its position as the leading provider of data analytics and productivity solutions to law firms.

BigHand is pleased to announce its new partnership as a founding member of the Legal Value Network (LVN) – a move that solidifies its status as the leading provider of data analytics solutions and productivity tools to the legal market that assist in the adoption of new service delivery models.

To support its global client base in legal, BigHand became a founding member of LVN to gain access for its experienced team to serve on LVN committees, join virtual roundtables and enter key discussions. Additionally, BigHand continues to maintain strong relationships with both True Value Partnering Institute (TVPI) and Sandpiper Partners LLC, conducting joint events, educational surveys and creating relevant and insightful thought leadership content.

By working with trusted industry associations, BigHand aims to ensure its clients can directly benefit from the value and debate they provide – both educationally and in a professional networking capacity.

At a time when law firms are trying to mitigate the unfolding impact of the global pandemic, having access to accurate, real-time financial data is critical. Also having a suite of productivity tools for lawyers, and associated workflow solutions to enact service delivery change, on the back of that data insight, is game-changing. BigHand has experienced this first-hand, with an influx of inbound interest across its portfolio of financial business intelligence, matter planning and workflow tools,

Laura Foster, Senior Marketing Manager at BigHand comments, “We are excited to become a founding member of LVN, and to see the added value we can provide our clients.  This is especially important in the current climate as law firms are having to quickly adapt their operations to a new way of working. Seeking advice and learning from industry experts and other law firms, in collaborative environments enabled by associations like LVN, will be key for law firms to come out on top.”