Bellevue, WA (PressExposure) November 03, 2011 -- iLink Systems, an ISO and CMMI certified global software solutions provider, managed Microsoft SI Partner, winner of Microsoft's 2009 Public Sector, Health Partner of the Year award and Mobile Partner of the Year for 2011, today released a Legal Framework based on three Microsoft products - SharePoint, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Outlook.
iLink's Center for Excellence in Technology (CET) team, a dedicated team of 30 people including Architects, developers and domain experts, has developed a new Legal Framework that empowers legal organizations of all sizes to manage the cost and the quality of daily activities. Frameworks are pre-built code libraries and well defined business processes that are designed to facilitate software development and implementation of business processes. More information can be found at http://www.ilink-systems.com/ThinkingBeyond/iLinkFrameworks.aspx
"Using reusable frameworks reduces the time to market by 30% to 40%," said Sridhar Mahadevan, CTO, iLink Systems, Inc. "The newest versions of SharePoint, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Outlook., bring many features that will make the solutions we develop more powerful and valuable to our clients. We have already built more than 30 reusable frameworks that can be customized to any given industry with minimal effort and time."
The iLink Systems Legal Case Management Framework small and mid-size law firms, corporate legal departments and government agencies provide company-wide access to important information while protecting the integrity of their proprietary data? They use iLink Systems Legal Case Management Framework to increase information access, and analysis and leverage to govern your confidential information.
"With the iLink Systems Legal Case Management Framework solution, you can automate work flow; integrate Microsoft Outlook (email, calendar, contacts, and tasks) and Word; and administer document collaboration in small and mid-size law firms, corporate legal departments and government agencies. Use familiar software tools to create and view reports, share information and documents, set up tasks, and analyze results," said Ravi Mallikarjuniah, Practice Manager, iLink Systems, Inc.