It’s no secret that legal tech has become an essential tool to enable legal functions to scale and better meet the requirements of the business. Yet, some companies are spending a lot of time and money on legal tech solutions that they then fail to reap the benefits of. So how can you secure the greatest return on investment from your legal tech tools? The secret is effective imple mentation. To help you achieve this, we’ve gathered a panel of experts who will explore the topic. Tune into this session to gain expert advice on how to best implement legal tech to achieve the maximum return on investment for both the legal department and the wider business.
- Why the implementation phase of legal tech is absolutely critical
- The common challenges of implementation (and how to overcome them)
- A step-by-step guide to implementing legal tech
After seven years in private practice in Europe and the UK, Alexia made the move to in-house and spent a year as a Global Corporate Lawyer with tech company Ledger. Now, Alexia is the VP of Legal for European fintech Qonto. With Qonto being a recently announced unicorn, Alexia has significant experience in scaling a legal function, including the implementation of legal tech.
Following over a decade working in private practice, and with a passion for all things tech and ops, Jonathan joined Calame - The Legal Ops Company. Now, as COO, Jonathan is dedicated to helping legal teams shine. His team works alongside clients to build concrete solutions to operational problems. Quote-to-cash, procure-to-pay, CRM, CLM, ERP… Legal is – or should be – everywhere! To achieve the best results, Jonathan and his clients are increasingly looking to lean processes and legal tech.