Reports and case studies

“In the beginning, there were two” takes a look at the growth and evolution of information and research subscription services, beyond industry pioneers LexisNexis and Westlaw to numerous new offerings and niche vendors. This case study, developed by LAC Group’s…

CCM REDUCES MFD COSTS BY 71% FOR MID-MARKET CLIENT Multi-functional devices (MFDs) that print, copy, scan and fax to both digital and paper formats are replacing copiers. But all those capabilities can result in hefty unplanned costs and hidden expenses…

CCM REDUCES LEGAL RESEARCH CONTRACT COSTS BY HALF Armed with library resourcing expertise, vendor knowledge and benchmarking data, Chase Cost Management (CCM) spend management consultants uncover savings opportunities for electronic and print legal research services, fee-based solutions for competitive and…

The need: Thousands of historic volumes inaccessible to researchers While serving as the Federal government’s primary center for educational research and information, the National Library of Education also holds an extensive historical collection. The collection includes over 20,000 textbooks and…

The need: Staying current on state education developments In a meeting with a newly created Department of Education office, the LAC Federal team learned that staff lacked quick access to pending legislation, local news and other state-level information, which was…

The need: Identifying how education data is used The National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) fulfills a Congressional mandate to collect, analyze and report statistics on education at all levels. NCES tracks data on a variety of educational issues, from…

(Or worse, too little…) Get a free copy of the report on Cybersecurity Expense Management Strategies for Law Firms.* Discover: The top four security investment priorities of law firms. The cybersecurity necessity identified by only 3% of respondents as a…

Cable television and digital media have intensified competition for major news broadcast companies. Technology, shifting consumer demographics and more choices have altered news consumption patterns and expectations. Broadcast companies require skilled workers and managers to support high quality, accurate programming…