Nowadays, paper consumption is still very high in the workplace, despite the obvious damage to the environment caused by the production of this material and its mass consumption. Fortunately, document automation technology is helping to reduce paper consumption by offering cloud-based software to professionals in all types of industries. Paper is necessary for many professions, but reducing its use not only helps the planet but also brings benefits to companies.
Companies handle an enormous number of documents nowadays. Whatever their activity sector is, their legal, human resources, sales and, in general, almost all departments manage a large contract, template and report amount. Document automation is a solution that makes it possible to deal with this chaos of paper that takes up folders and folders. It is a technological solution that also helps companies to leap digitalisation and provides them with great flexibility.
Topics: Legal industry trends, Legal industry, Contract management, Legal technology, Robotic process automation, digital transformation, digital documents, Document management, Digital Business, software
Every company wants efficiency. Being a top corporation requires efficiency and hard work and that's exactly what legal operation provides. Legal departments are supposed to provide just this to make sure that all the work is done smoothly. Take the example of Silicon Valley that took the help of legal operations to get to where they are today and not only catch up to their rivals but also beat them.
Recently, GQ magazine published a group photo featuring popular Silicon Valley tech executives on a trip to Italy. The photo included 15 men and two women - however something in the photo looked off. As Buzzfeed News discovered, the female CEOs had actually been photoshopped in - and consequently, people on Twitter weren’t very happy about it.
There’s no doubt that transparency is key for building trust in today’s business environment. And not telling the whole truth is not only a big faux pas for the brand, but also damaging to the group(s) that aren’t privy to what’s going on behind the curtain.
On the Bigle Legal blog, we often delve into how innovation is disrupting the legal industry. We’ve spoken about how cutting-edge tools incorporating AI, machine learning and document automation have helped law teams to increase efficiency and better represent their clients.
Today, we’re going to explore another technology that’s revolutionizing the legal sector.
That is: blockchain.