Lieser Skaff Alexander is a boutique Florida business and real estate law firm with clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to private individuals. Currently operating with 11 staff members, the firm specializes in delivering the same top-quality legal representation you might expect from any large firm, while also focusing on building lasting relationships with its clients.
Combining the highest caliber legal services with a unique personal touch has paid dividends for the firm, as Lieser Skaff Alexander has recently experienced substantial growth. The firm owns its Tampa office building and recently opened its third location in the state of Florida.
While growth of this sort is the goal for almost any business, the addition of new locations often shines a light on inefficiencies in a company’s existing infrastructure. Ad-hoc solutions, including the operation of multiple email or calendaring clients, suddenly carry increased risk of data loss and missed communications. Operating out of multiple office locations means staff can no longer rely on chatting in hallways or hopping into impromptu meetings to keep themselves on the same page.
As expansion drove the conversation of modernization at Lieser Skaff Alexander, another area that became very important was securing against data loss, resulting from either operator error or the activity of malicious actors. “Losing one email could potentially be no big deal, but it could also wreak havoc in a case,” points out Danielle Sonntag, Office Manager at Lieser Skaff Alexander. No solution the company adopted would be complete without safeguards against the accidental deletion of these vital documents.