Company: Research In Motion
Category: Mobile Working
Published: June 2009
Freeth Cartwright’s fee earners are frequently away from the office visiting clients, and rely heavily on dictation to get work moving and instructions actioned.
This case study outlines how the firm have implemented the Blackberry nFlow solution and manipulated it to suit their specific company requirements: “Within a minute of a fee-earner completing a transcription, say, on the train, the secretary can have it on the screen, ready to transcribe. It’s just as immediate as if the fee-earner was sitting next to them in the office.”
Keywords: mobile technologies technology CRM digital dictation nFlow working wireless application hand held blackberry solution
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