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Date: Thursday, April 18th, 2019 

Time: 10:30 am - 11:00 am CST | 16:30 - 17:00 GMT

Cost: FREE

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Introducing Tech Audits

What if we told you we could tailor a tech audit offer to suit your very needs? Join Matt James as he presents a special look at what it takes to understand your firm's technological requirements. 

During this webinar you'll learn how to break down and analyze your organization's daily tasks, with an emphasis on challenges, disruptions, and the confusion caused by product overlaps and complexities. With a goal to help identify how your current technology is being leveraged (if at all), you can see just how complimentary or disruptive it may be to your workflow. Not to mention, what opportunities exist that can help better serve lawyers by automating redundant and low value work. 

Join us as we discuss tech audits in detail and dive into what a typical engagement looks like: 

  • Phase 1 - Discovery: A verbal understanding of the tasks of interest and the tools/process in existence today.

  • Phase 2 - Measurement: A recorded session to step through each task/process identified in Phase 1, measured by clicks, disruptions, and duration. 

  • Phase 3 - Recommendation: A recommendation showing product overlap, redundant software, and investment opportunities to improve your workflow. 

Presented By

Matt James

Director, Pre-Sales Engineering

Matt James is a member of the Document Lifecycle Evangelism team where he spends most of his efforts on the lawyer’s work-stream. With 10 years in the legal technology field, Matt has been an advocate to law firms and their lawyer’s need for a harmonized technology ecosystem.