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doeLegal's doeBilling™ Allows Bayhealth Medical to “Regain Control” of Outside Vendor Legal Spend
Date:1/23/2010

. To fend off these outcomes, budgeting and forecasting features can reveal trends in past spending and offer new opportunities for saving. Using historical billing data from the digital system, executives can proactively predict what tasks will cost and when to settle matters rather than continue to litigate beyond budget. Viewing real-time reports allows management to evaluate how each decision relates to open matters. This level of granular analysis was simply unavailable with the paper invoice system. doeLegal has existing clients showing an operational cost savings of as much as 70%. The capabilities of the hosted package are configurable to fit the needs of any industry desiring to better control their electronic invoices from 3rd-party vendors.

doeBilling™ promotes collaboration and strategic planning with outside vendors. By utilizing universal task-based coding, doeBilling™ standardizes the entire billing process and automates the first pass rules check. This allows only invoices that meet pre-determined corporate criteria to enter their review queue. Its design separates billing by phases and then into specific tasks, allowing a standard electronic format for use in forecasting and managing the legal billing cycle.

Bayhealth Medical Center chose doeBilling™ for the following reasons:

 
  • Providing a common platform for In-House counsel to forecast their legal expenses.
  • Giving their legal department the ability to summarize and compare proposed budgets against historical data and against best industry practice results.
  • Isolating task-based billing timekeepers and their tasks for better analys
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