workflow automation

Autologyx launches next generation platform, Autologyx Catalyst

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’.

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Planning for Workflow Automation

After looking at workflow automation from basic to advanced levels, we might also consider how to approach implementation and rollout using the same framework. What follows are some hints, tips and considerations based on our experience implementing workflow automation across many different markets.

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What to Automate?

As workflow and automation becomes more commonplace, it’s appropriate for all of us to assess where we might use it. Let’s examine basic, intermediate, and advanced versions of possibility.

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Aesop Was Wrong:
Sometimes Slow and Steady Loses the Race

In a recent article, we examined how law firms stand to win a lot more business if they shift to a proactive, strategic approach to using technology. Some technologies, like eDiscovery and virtual data rooms, are already table stakes. Clients continue to demand greater efficiency that is tailored to their needs, and increasingly, they expect law firms to bring new tools to the table. In this market, law firms that use workflow automation tools to meet these demands will outperform firms that don’t.

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Why Your Firm Isn’t Winning Business in 2021

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.

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