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Commitment to technology

Posted by Marcus McCarthy | 06 October 2016 | News & Events

Developing a business in unchartered territory can be a little daunting – there are no rules to follow, no paths that have already been forged. The success or failure of an innovative business often comes down to a commitment to investing in technology.

In this article published by the Australian Legal Practice Management Association, Jacqueline Keddie explores how Nexus rose to the challenge.  Click here to read more.

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