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Legal Tech: How lawyers benefit from digitisation

Lawyers avoid social networks, use the PC rather as a typewriter replacement and read thick law books instead of websites to solve their cases – this idea about the everyday working life of lawyers still prevails in many minds. Digitisation has long since also affected the legal departments in companies and also the work in law firms. Here are some practical examples of Legal Tech.

Enterprise Search for Lawyers

Contracts are usually pages long and exist in large quantities, often unstructured in the file system or are stored in systems with poor search options. Enterprise Search applications help to make contracts intelligently searchable, to get a comprehensive overview and not to overlook anything essential.

Save time and costs with machine learning

Contracts or other legal documents are usually available in large quantities and in an unstructured form. Machine learning techniques help classify them, providing a clear ROI for the business.

Content Delivery of Technical Information

Even nowadays technical documentation is mostly not valued as good or useful source of information. Too many incomprehensible or unmanageable documents have shaped the past and left behind frustrated or desperate users. Not to mention experts and technicians who prefer to rather trust their experience than long texts and inappropriate illustrations.

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