In a move the company says will disrupt the software industry, GlobalX Legal Solutions has announced entry into the small to mid-firm market with a cloud-based workflow solution, Matter Centre. This zero/AU$0 software cost, and built in collaboration with conveyancers, Matter Centre represents affordable, scalable software for conveyancing firms of all size.
RAVN Systems, experts in Artificial Intelligence and Search, announced today that Reed Smith, a global law firm, has successfully piloted RAVN’s Artificial Intelligence platform, RAVN ACE (Applied Cognitive Engine).
The 11th edition findings include ILTA law firm legal IT budgets/spending, technology purchases, purchasing influences, legal cloud computing and AI trends; legal IT challenges
Mobile working has reached a crossroads in the legal profession. For many firms, the trusted, secure and highly managed environment of BlackBerry BBOS and BB10 is no longer the de facto standard. But with the launch of Marshmallow, Android for Work appears ready to replace BlackBerry Enterprise Services and the BlackBerry OS as the platform of choice for mobility within regulated environments. Perhaps the clearest indication of this shift is that BlackBerry itself is using Android for Work to secure and manage Android devices on BES servers.
The second part of our Australia in Focus feature in the July/August Legal IT Insider, Corrs Chambers Westgarth has become the first large Australian firm to go live with NetDocuments’ document management system and email as it also completes the final stage of a four year move to entirely open plan working.
Kemp Little, a leading specialist technology and digital media law firm in the UK, adopts Intapp Time
Intapp, a global leader in legal software, has announced the availability of Intapp Time as a cloud-based application for time recording. Intapp Time is a total time management solution for professional services firms that unifies time entry, time capture, mobile time recording and analytics, to provide real-time visibility into the performance of the business.
Fulcrum Global Technologies (Fulcrum GT) just announced that Martin Telfer is joining the Fulcrum GT team to lead the EMEA region as the SVP of Business Development & Delivery/International Markets/ EMEA Chief.
Looking for some excitement in the Lawtech startup market? Then look no further than Australia (no pun intended.)
The past month has seen Sydney-headquartered corporate advisory firm Eaton Capital Partners take a minority stake in online legal marketplace Crowd & Co, which enabled it to launch in London in July. Elsewhere, innovative Sydney-headquartered law firm Gilbert + Tobin in August increased its stake in online legal adviser LegalVision to nearly 20%, following the move in April by Norton Rose Fulbright Australia to form an alliance with business startup online advisory service LawPath.
This September, former RB group GC Claire Debney will start at pharmaceutical giant Shire in a newly-created role of director of legal strategy, part of which will see her overhaul the FTSE 100 company’s intranet and look at contract automation.
Contract intelligence software startup ThoughtRiver has received its highest level of funding yet from Ascential’s chief executive Duncan Painter, who has been appointed as a key advisor to the board.
Collaboration across law firms, clients and professional service firms has seen a rise in the power and impact of legal innovation this year in Australia and New Zealand, as evidenced by the 2016 Legal Innovation Index announced last night by LexisNexis and Janders Dean.
InfoTrack provides a platform where you can complete all your conveyancing tasks including Land Registry Searches, Conveyancing Searches, SDLT Submissions, AP1 Transfers and more. Watch this short video to see how InfoTrack can change the way you work…
The Robots are coming: RAVN Systems launch self-service AI portal to automatically summarise, analyse and extract information from documents
RAVN Systems, experts in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Enterprise Search and Knowledge Management solutions, announced today they are developing a self-service AI portal, allowing clients to be firmly in control of automatically summarising, analysing and extracting key information from documents.
Bird & Bird has launched the fourth version of its Cloud Computing app today, guiding suppliers and users of cloud services through the legal framework across EMEA.