Corporate Counsel Business Journal
As the Legal Transformation wave progresses it also disperses. The term “transformation” once connoted comprehensive, multifaceted change in the operating model. Now, we see significant, hard-won change in more discrete aspects of operations, CCB Journal published.
Eyal Iffergan, Managing Director, Legal Business Advisory, Epiq: "While controlling spending is a perennial priority, a reflection of persistent cost pressures, it is noteworthy that leveraging internal resources and automating workflows follow closely behind. Why? The short answer is that automation is not solely an efficiency play.
Legal departments are implementing low/no code applications, and to a more limited extent robotic process automation (RPA), not only to speed up processes but also to control internal work allocation and to generate valuable data."
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