As a legal professional, you can agree that reading good books is the best way to stay stay educated about the industry and to be on top of the inevitable changes that happen. As well as keeping abreast on issues emerging in the near and the far future.
Technology is undoubtedly revolutionizing and transforming different sectors and industries, And of course, one of the sectors that do not escape this transformation is the legal sector.
It has become absolutely necessary that all legal professionals are prepared to face these new digital transformation technologies while being able to take full advantage of the benefits of these digital tools.
According to many business forecasters and market statistics, Legal tech has been receiving a massive amount of investment worldwide. This makes us wonder what does it really mean for the Legal professional and how is that money being spent?
We are happy to finally announce that our Bigle Legal software now comes with a built-in word processor. In this article, we are going to explain to you what that actually means to the end-user and how it can ultimately benefit everyone who works with documents.
The move from traditional filing systems to cloud-based document management software has been not just the trend but the standard for most law firms. This has rendered firms who still keep a substantial amount of paper files obsolete in their practices. But in 2020 there have been additional challenges due to recent global office closures and new social distancing rules.
We all saw how the unfortunate COVID19 pandemic pushed a lot of companies towards digital transformation, where e-signature played a crucial role.
You can witness that advanced tech solutions are becoming an essential parts of almost every contemporary industry. Traditional ones are recognizing the benefits of the software tech assistants while the new industries are built on them.
I’ve spent most of my career deeply involved in technological and organizational transformations, working hand in hand with my clients through challenging transition times. Along the road, I’ve seen some projects succeed and achieve incredible results, while others have made no significant impact.
It’s no secret that the legal industry is rapidly transforming and today, law firms and legal departments from all over the world are feeling the pressure to respond.
Perhaps it’s no wonder; clients expect better and more efficient customer service and law firms feel the need to stand out from the crowd.