Seminars

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  • March 15,2017

    Challenges facing law firms – Keyhouse breakfast seminar

    The seminar examined the various challenges firms are facing on both a macro and micro level in the industry, advised on what’s happening in other jurisdictions and what’s likely to happen here in terms of future trends. We had contributions from two key clients:
    Colm O’Cochlain from Colm O’Cochlain Solicitors in Tallaght and Tom Leahy from BDM Boylan in Cork who spoke about what they’ve done in their firms to meet these new challenges – ranging from process innovation to changing business culture. Read more
  • February 17,2017

    Keyhouse breakfast seminar. Wake up and smell the coffee. Literally.

    Keyhouse cordially invites all our clients to wake up and smell the coffee at 8am on Thursday the 9th of March in the Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4 where we'll talk about the Irish legal industry, the challenges its facing and more importantly what can be done to tackle these challenges. In a nutshell, its about accepting change, embracing technology and recognising opportunity.Read more
  • February 03,2015

    Keyhouse premiers in the Triskel Arts Centre, Cork

    On Friday morning the 30th of January we presented the new Keyhouse Practice Management software to our Cork clients. The event started with a 3 minute video giving an overview of the new system before Brian Sweeney gave a 30 minute presentation highlighting its new Microsoft Office look and feel. Neil J Butler of N J Butler & Co. also spoke about his experience using the new system and also on the importance of progressing with technology.Read more
  • December 04,2014

    Our Practice Management .net release at the Light House Cinema – a great success!

    The show started with a 3 minute video designed to give everyone a flavour of the new Microsoft Office look and feel of the new .net Keyhouse Practice Management system followed by a 30 minute demonstration by Brian Sweeney.The new product will be available to clients from January but it's already installed in several offices and representatives of two of those firms (Neil Butler from N J Butler & Co and Gareth Bourke from Bourke & Co) also spoke at the launch giving their views on their experience with the software to-date.Read more
  • November 03,2014

    We’re celebrating our new .net release.

    It's our new .net release and can do everything the current system does, and more, faster and easier. We’re launching it at the Lighthouse Cinema Market Square, Smithfield, Dublin 7 on Nov 27th and we’d like you to join us for a gourmet breakfast at 8am followed by a live show from 8.30am - 9.30am. Places are complimentary but limited so email trina@keyhouse.ie to book your seat now. Read more
  • March 10,2013

    Keyhouse Clients Contributions – Managing the Client relationship.

    Each speaker focused on how they used technology to develop business opportunities and more importantly deliver a better service to the client with the same resources.The first video shows John Buckley of Ronan Daly Jermyn explaining how simple and effective reporting enhances the client relationship.Read more
  • September 27,2012

    Stephen Keogh – Keeping the firm on your clients’ horizon

    The number one reason firms fail to attract further business from their clients is the drop off in contact after a case is closed. Consequently, firms should be sure to follow up with clients to gather essential feedback -- any contact potentially shores up work. But a lot of firms complain that they have "nothing to talk about" when re-engaging with clients, or that they have no system in place to pursue follow-up interactions efficientlyRead more
  • September 27,2012

    Brian Sweeney – How can we manage client relationships more effectively?

    Smart marketing and communication with clients is especially vital for solicitors, with studies showing that over 75% of new business for legal practices comes from referrals. Making sure clients are happy, informed and talking about you is the best way to attract new work. On the flip side, 43% of client complaints cite failure to communicate, delays and "fee shock" -- all symptoms of not keeping clients up to date.Read more