Legal automation and the digitisation of legal processes are reshaping the client experience, and in turn, driving a competitive advantage for firms who keep ahead of the technology curve. Today’s clients value - and even demand - greater value and efficiency from their law firms, and they have grown to expect their firms to be as technologically advanced as they are.
iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, today announced a new product, iManage Tracker, the industry's first matter-centric task and checklist management system with built-in need-to-know security.
Tracker was developed in response to professionals’ need to effectively manage knowledge work rather than clerical tasks.
iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, today announced a broad set of enhancements and new functionality for iManage Work and iManage Share, the company’s productivity and collaboration products. These enhancements augment professionals’ ability to work from anywhere and maintain productivity without sacrificing security, a key concern for businesses globally during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and the resulting increase in remote work.
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iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, today announced the availability of iManage RAVN Knowledge Unlocked. With Knowledge Unlocked, iManage has productised Knowledge Management and RAVN AI, making them accessible to a broader market through packaged solutions that are easy to deploy and use, cost-effective, and tightly integrated with the industry’s leading document and email management product, iManage Work 10.
iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, today announced that Thirsk Winton LLP – a modern, innovative North-East London law firm offering a range of commercial and private client services – is continuing to build off its successful move to iManage Cloud by rolling out iManage Security Policy Manager and Post a comment
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an unprecedented transformation in the modern law firm, where conducting business and working from home has quickly become the new “normal” for millions of lawyers and staff across the world. While the move to remote working happened swiftly, it’s unlikely that law firms will return to traditional ways of working any time soon. To be successful in the long-term, law firms need to take a structured and technology-driven approach to enabling their remote workforces and advising their clients, wherever they may be.
As we collectively transition to a new virtual world of work, digital means of executing documents are becoming increasingly popular. With more employees and clients working from home, the traditional approach of executing hard-copy legal documents has become much more onerous. Fortunately, today’s technology makes it easier than ever to transition from age-old business practices to more efficient, modern means of working.
Law firms worldwide are embracing innovation, and knowledge management leaders are central to helping them adapt to an increasingly competitive marketplace. To understand how law firms are transforming themselves from the inside out, Nuix engaged Ari Kaplan Advisors to fuel a discussion with KM leaders in six countries. We examined strategies for reimagining the delivery of legal services, the impact of technology on that shift, and how firms are embracing a fluid, ever-growing information landscape.
For today’s law firms and legal providers, knowledge is everything. Think about it - almost every client interaction from your firm relies on some form of knowledge, whether it be legal knowledge, client knowledge or organisational insights. The success of your firm is intrinsically tied to the specialist knowledge it holds within its walls. However, all too often, these invaluable insights and tacit knowledge assets leave the firm with the lawyers that possess them.
Knowledge is the most valuable asset a law firm possesses. So it’s no surprise that knowledge management (KM) has the potential to become a key driver of success for the modern firm. Unfortunately, KM is often misunderstood and underutilised in law firms.