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The Strategy of What You Don’t Invest In

This article was featured in the December 2018 edition of Law Journal Newsletters. By Scott McFetters Ever since the financial crisis of 2008, law has become an unbelievably competitive business. Further, if you’re operating a law firm, you know that one of the few levers you can move to make your firm more competitive is… Read More »

CoreTech Leasing Welcomes New Sales Leader, Barry Steel, Sr. VP of Sales

Newport Beach, CA – August 1, 2018 – Independent technology and equipment lessor, CoreTech Leasing, Inc., today announces the addition of Barry Steel to their leadership team.  Mr. Steel has joined the CoreTech team as Sr. Vice President of Sales. An exceptional leader with an impressive record of achievement in multiple, highly competitive markets for… Read More »

Install Now, Pay Later

Does your institution need to make capital purchases today but are waiting for the budget dollars of your new fiscal year? We have a solution! Let us introduce you to CoreTech’s cash-flow friendly leasing and financing option. We pay the vendors on your behalf and you install the equipment at your own pace, with payments… Read More »

Your State-of-the-Art Office Awaits…

Ensuring state-of-the-art technology is deployed at your firm is now a requirement of the 21st century law firm. Continuously updating technology equipment like laptops, desktops, and tablets is vital for both attorney productivity and client-data security. Leasing is a preferred financial strategy that helps leading firms achieve this within a predictable monthly expense. What can… Read More »

Cash Management and Upgrading to 3E

This article was featured in the Q1 2018 edition of Thomson Reuters Elite’s Forefront newsletter. By Scott McFetters It’s now been 10 years since the economic crisis of 2008 and just under 10 years since the legal market saw the greatest dip in demand for services. The market has stabilized since then, but growth has… Read More »

This article was featured in the Q1 2018 edition of Thomson Reuters Elite’s Forefront newsletter. By Scott McFetters It’s now been 10 years since the economic crisis of 2008 and just under 10 years since the legal market saw the greatest dip in demand for services. The market has stabilized since then, but growth has remained flat. The recently released Thomson Reuters 2018 Report on the State of the Legal Market shows flat growth is expected to continue as well as longer billing/collection cycles and continued downward pressure on realization. And, to top things off, a small uptick in expenses is likely due to an increase in associates’ pay as well as more technology investments due to cyber security and competitive needs. To say these are challenging conditions is an understatement, especially when it comes to managing cash flow while meeting all of the demands of the new market. Preserving cash flow is increasingly a reason we are seeing firms leverage financing to procure software, hardware, and equipment needs. By converting large cash expenses into a predictable monthly expense, firms can extend the expenditure over a period of time that best suits the firm strategically. To learn more, read Scott McFetters’ latest article in Thomson Reuters Elite’s Forefront here. To download a PDF of the full article, click here.