Most people assume that IT projects — especially when outsiders are implementing new software — will go over time and over budget. This doesn’t have to be the case. We’ll show you how to gain great value from an enterprise search implementation delivered on-time and on-budget. By taking you through the lifecycle of a Recommind Decisiv Search implementation, we will demystify the process and show you how these projects can be standardized and, ultimately, delivered at a fixed-cost.
We will provide a detailed look at:
- An enterprise search project plan
- The internal resources needed for implementation and ongoing administration
- The risks and dependencies you can mitigate, including data readiness and security audits
- Detailed scope, business requirements and system documentation
- Data mapping
- QA testing best practices and related test cases
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Joshua Fireman is the founder and President of Fireman & Company. He has practiced law with two of North America’s largest law firms, and was in-house counsel at a multi-billion dollar multinational corporation. Joshua is recognized as one of the leading experts in law firm strategic consulting, and as a thought leader in areas such as knowledge and change management. With a decade of consulting experience, he has advised clients on the development of firm strategies, knowledge management, change management and client collaboration strategies, and has led complex engagements executing strategic plans, including the implementation and integration of portals, enterprise search and file, document, email and records management. Joshua is a frequent speaker at law firm retreats and industry conferences. Contact him at email@example.com.
An IP and antitrust litigator by experience, Hal Marcus began evangelizing legal technology to his colleagues at an Am Law 100 Wall Street firm before joining LexisNexis, commencing a career in litigation technology that now spans two decades and includes executive and GC roles at companies including LiveNote, Law.com, and Thomson Reuters. Today, Hal is excited to bring his diverse experience to the product marketing team at Recommind. An accomplished public speaker and industry writer, Hal has led hundreds of MCLE presentations and conference seminars, and seen his writings published by ILTA and the ABA Litigation Section.
Rick Krzyminski is the Knowledge Management Director at Baker Donelson and has over 20 years of technology experience in the legal industry. He has served on the ILTA Conference Committee for the past four years, was on the SharePoint Symposium Committee in 2012-13 and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events.