UKLTA launches brand new demo group

December saw the launch of the UKLTA’s brand new demo group, with a live products showcase from five specialist legaltech products, curated by Nigel Stott of Baskerville Drummond, Caroline Galek of vLex and Lisa McClory of Fractal Knowledge.

With thanks to E3 Compliance, Arken, Estatesearch, Claim Technology and inCase, each short session provided a live demo of the product and an example user journey. There were some detailed discussions around integrations and ways that technology can improve client experience not just for clients and users who are digitally-savvy, but also for clients and customers with additional needs. This included, for instance by improving the security and reliability of communications using apps, rather than relying just on email with attendant risk of phishing and scams, something which is a high risk issue for all types of law firm.

When bringing in any new technology, integrations are a key factor. We heard some great questions on bringing together solutions and, in particular, how each technology integrates with existing case management systems. Sometimes when starting on a new digital innovation journey, it’s hard to know where to start. The sessions gave an insight into how technologies can be integrated with existing systems, allowing firms and businesses to deploy a new solution quickly without having to overhaul their entire IT infrastructure in the process.

Keeping up to date with new technology can be time consuming. The UKLTA is making life easier for legal innovation teams and inhouse legal by bringing the best of new features and innovation together in these live demo sessions every quarter.

The recording will be available on the UKLTA’s site until mid-January. Be sure to check out the session if you didn’t manage to make it, and watch out for news of our next set of exciting live demos in Feb 2022 for a preview of more features, more innovation and more ideas for practice management, inhouse legal, law firms and legal innovation.

This article was submitted to be published by The Legal Technology Association for the UK as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.

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