Thomson Reuters is announcing two new features today: the Thomson Reuters Marketplace, an online store where users can research, demo, test and buy products and services, and Thomson Reuters Legal Home, a single point of entry where legal professionals can log in and access all their TR products.
The Marketplace, introduced as a beta version today and slated for global availability in February, is an open environment where users can test some 50 products. With today’s rollout, many of the products are add-ons or integrations — including from third-party vendors — for TR’s HighQ legal operations and workflow product and its Elite 3E business management product.
TR says it will continued to expand Marketplace, adding products for legal, tax and accounting professionals as well as for government and regulatory customers.
Among the planned additions are a suite of legal products from global legal services provider KPMG Law. These will include applications that KPMG has built on the HighQ platform; services to help clients properly configure HighQ when accessing Marketplace’s solution templates; and access to services provided by KPMG’s Legal Operations and Transformation Services team, including change management, process optimization and operating model assessment.
Thomson Reuters Legal Home
The new Legal Home is a central launching point for legal professionals to access their TR products through a single sign-on.
TR says it brings together filtered information from multiple applications and sources, making it a convenient place to start and manage each day. It also provides a detailed view into a user’s HighQ sites and activity feeds, across multiple instances, to stay up to date on key tasks for matters and projects.
Users also can quickly retrieve their recent Office 365 documents and add personal links to regularly visited sites for ease of access, and see the latest news and industry developments delivered through Practical Law
Legal Home is now available in the U.S. and UK, and will soon be available in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, TR says.