Neota Network 2020: How to identify use cases for automation

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Neota Network 2020: How to identify use cases for automation

Traditionally, it has been difficult to build use-cases for automation in law. It is hard to see exactly where automation lives in the enterprise and to identify low-hanging fruit: something that takes three days and could take three hours. This was especially the case when development was expensive, inflexible and removed from the professionals who would actually use the system. Agile development and no-code tools have greatly transformed system development. And the use-cases are out there, if you know how to look.

In this session, Global VP of Customer Success, Max Paterson, walks you through some of the ways you can identify prime areas for automation in your enterprise.

 
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