Web apps push law firm out front

Jones, Kevin
March 1998
Inter@ctive Week;03/16/98, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p29
Focuses on the development of an extranet system by Rhonda Jenkins, director of technology, development at Hancock Rothert and Bunshoft LLP, and her team custom software application development team. What systems was designed to do; Benefits of company's extranet; Information on company's Web-based document management system; Comments from Jenkins. INSET: The benefits of Hancock Rothert and Bunshoft's extranet.


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