Autologyx is proud to announce our Catalyst 1.2 release next week, which will be available for preview at LegalWeek 2023 in New York. This release follows our emphasis on unlocking the power of data across matter management, workflow and document automation.
Autologyx has been accredited with ISO 27001:2013 following an audit by IRQA, a leading global assurance provider and ISO certification body. This further signifies our ongoing commitment to our customers and the protection of customer data, affirming that security is at the core of our business.
If you’re a customer then you will have either been part of our pilot group, seen a quick demo or have something in the diary for the coming weeks. For those clients and prospects who are piloting the product, it’s been great to finally get business experts, legal engineers and system configurators into the system and to have a ‘play’.
The result of 2 years of listening to the market, working with customers and focusing on our strategic vision to put technology in the hands of the builders and legal engineers, Autologyx Catalyst brings together capabilities such as: a relational data model designer, a visual workflow automation engine, customisable workspaces, form builders, task management, and document automation alongside rich integrations to create an ‘all-in-one platform’.
As legal moves to expand adoption of technology, a critical component of success lies in the implementation and ongoing support of that technology. Technology continually becomes faster and easier to use. Implementation now takes weeks instead of years, and bespoke workflows don’t require large teams of developers.
Workflow automation is changing the way law firms deliver services and win business with their corporate clients.
For years, corporate clients have asked law firms, “What technology do you use?” Often, firms rattle off a list of software, some of which has very little to do with the matter at hand. In the past, this has sufficed; it has been more of a throw-away question on both sides.
Many general counsel find the pace of change of legal tech overwhelming. What is your advice on how they can stay on top of this? I would recommend focussing on your own priorities, not the legaltech market as a whole! Set out well-defined priorities for improvement in your legal department and focus on that. While the market may . . .
Automation is everywhere. Take grocery shopping, for example. Even just five years ago, you might have gone shopping in person with a handwritten list. Today, without leaving your couch, you can call out, “Alexa, order more laundry detergent.” Speech recognition parses your order, which is then placed electronically by a system. . .