Document management is the way in which companies or organisations classify, secure, approve and complete elements related to the management of the company or organisation. Legal and HR teams in companies manage a large number of documents every hour, every day and almost every minute. Document management is time-consuming and, in the face of high workflows, leads teams to perform less efficiently and make mistakes.
At Bigle Legal we want to conquer the European legaltech market and we have just taken a solid step on that path thanks to a new investment round of two million euros. Led by Adara Ventures and ICF Venture Tech II, the round will allow us to increase our team size to add even more talent to our ship of Biglers.
Efficiently managing the "contract life cycle" can be a headache for many corporations. That is it is important to have a contract lifecycle management strategy in place.
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.
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.
Artificial Intelligence systems are becoming significantly important to Legal technologies nowadays. We can all see how AI has already found a way to support advocates and clients positively and efficiently. At the same time, the investments in the legal tech are skyrocketing and that is mainly because the demand for new innovative tools that enhance the legal process is higher than ever.