Let’s face it, these days, business air travel is a costly proposition—it’s expensive and takes up valuable time.
And, travel time is only increasing due to the recent attempted terror attack, as widely reported in the press. For example, as explained in a recent Montreal Gazette article:
Massive lines, flight delays and cancellations greeted Canadian passengers traveling to the United States on Sunday as new security measures moved into a second day and another suspicious incident was reported on board a U.S. flight, increasing tensions.
Weather delays aren’t helping matters either, now that we’re in the midst of a long, cold winter, as detailed in this Chicago Sun Times article:
A messy winter storm — which could bring up to a foot of snow…— caused major headaches for travelers…prompting more than 500 flight cancellations at both city airports.
One way businesses can avoid the time suck of costly air travel is to utilize innovative alternatives to face-to-face business meetings, such as video conferencing, screen sharing and online document sharing.
Firmex virtual workspace is ideally suited for this type of online information sharing and document collaboration. It provides law firms with a cost-effective and secure way to organize and deliver content online, as if in a face-to-face meeting with the other participants in this legal extranet.
You can learn more here about how a Firmex virtual data room can be used in a legal corporate environment to manage online due diligence, exchange closing drafts, create digital record books, share litigation documents and secure client access to important files.
A Firmex Workspace can also be used by attorneys in a litigation matter to share thousands of case files and documents with multiple parties easily and cost effectively.
So don’t let costly travel delays impact your law firm’s bottom line. Do your research, explore your options and take advantage of the latest, cutting edge, time-saving alternatives. Firmex’s online workspace is one solution you may want to consider. Lawyers seek alternatives to expensive and time-consuming air travel