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King & Wood Mallesons China Improves Operational Efficiency with 3E

3E Continues to Expand in Asia with Leading Chinese Law Firm

Thomson Reuters Elite announced that premiere full service law firm King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) China has joined the rest of the KWM businesses in deploying 3E, the market leading practice and financial management solution for local and international law firms.

“As one of the fastest growing international legal businesses in the world today, there are many advantages in unifying our business platform across the entire operation, and we expect to see significant long-term benefits as a result of finalizing that process,” said Wang Ling, KWM China’s managing partner. “However, our management also recognizes the very significant benefits for our operations locally.”

Wang Ling continued, “It is becoming increasingly clear that progressive legal businesses today are investing more heavily in technology to improve operational efficiency, automate business processes, and, at the same time, provide higher levels of service to their clients to remain competitive. The 3E platform provides us with a flexible solution that allows our business to continue to thrive, and partnering with Thomson Reuters Elite ensures we are protecting the KWM brand through a strong, secure business partnership.”

“We’re very pleased to welcome KWM China to the 3E family,” commented Cary Burch, president of Thomson Reuters Elite. “The benefits for their global operations will undoubtedly become clear as the business rolls out the 3E solution. KWM China’s decision contributes to our accelerated growth in Asia as it joins a growing list of large international firms that have recognized Thomson Reuters Elite as the best business partner. This is an important milestone in creating a thriving user community for our 3E clients in the region over coming years.”

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