The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers (March/April) is now published. (Print subscribers will receive their print issues shortly.)
CheckRecipient isn’t new to the Orange Rag: we broke the story in October 2016 that Travers Smith had become one of their early adopters of their misaddressed email prevention software. Here, as part of our substantial startup profile initiative, CheckRecipient sets out some of the key facts that you need to know about what they do, who they are, their challenges and opportunities.
AML startup Comply Advantage is among the first seven companies selected for Addleshaw Goddard’s FinTech startup programme AG Elevate. Comply Advantage, which as reported by Legal IT Insider in October 2016 raised $8.2m in Series A funding, is joined by Delio, Mobillity, Money Fellows, Pace Invoice, Penta and Valoot.
DocsCorp is now listed in the Citrix Ready Marketplace after its products compareDocs, cleanDocs, and pdfDocs were verified as Citrix Ready. The Citrix Ready program helps customers identify third-party solutions that are recommended to enhance virtualisation, networking and cloud computing solutions from Citrix.
No livers were damaged during the making of this party – and the official Insider staff hats also made their debut!
Thomson Reuters Elite has seen six of its Enterprise clients move over to 3E in Canada in the past 12 months. The firms are McCague Borlack LLP, a Canadian litigation firm operating 125 fee earners […]
Addressing a prevalent lack of joined up matter management capability within the corporate counsel sector, Eversheds Sutherland’s consulting arm has today launched a matter lifecycle management solution in Microsoft Office 365 in partnership with Repstor.
DWF will shortly roll out Canon’s managed document service and inbound digital mailroom nationally after its acquisition of claims manager Triton out of administration in January effectively put its existing agile and space management agenda on steroids.
Having joined Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) as IT director in May 2016, former Birketts business systems director Chris Simmons has led a move to engage Managed 24/7 in a five-year, £1.5m project to design and implement a full digital transformation of its IT infrastructure.
Appdopt, an SaaS platform that trains end users on workplace software such as Office 365, is bringing legal training into the digital age. In this dedicated profile they tell us how.
AXA Insurance last week announced that it has teamed up with alternative legal services provider rradar to launch an IBM Watson-backed virtual assistant to assist AXA customers with often repeated legal questions on issues such as employment and HR. We also bring news from SaltDNA, Olswang, Incopro, DocSolid, Wolters Kluwer, LawGeex, Autto, RPC, Nikec Solutions, Workshare, Fronteo, Salladore, Financial Software Solutions and Anexsys.
Compliance with The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is top of most 2017 legal agendas and RAVN Systems last night (9 March) unveiled an astutely timed GDPR Robot powered by its Applied Cognitive Engine (RAVN ACE).
Major law firms are prone to sweeping mission statements when it comes to ‘innovation’ but if you look under the hood of Baker McKenzie’s recently announced global innovation programme there is more going for it than tieless committee meetings.
The Legal IT Insider team are hosting a drinks reception to celebrate the 300th issue of the Orange Rag. Details here.
Founded in 2016 in London, Autto is a cloud-based SaaS toolkit that enables legal and compliance departments to build up automated workflows. Here, we hand over the stage to them to tell us more about the company.