Webinar – ‘Think before you automate’: how to interrogate automation, value, and choosing a vendor.

Webinar – ‘Think before you automate’: how to interrogate automation, value, and choosing a vendor.
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Webinar – ‘Think before you automate’: how to interrogate automation, value, and choosing a vendor.

We will be joined by Karta Legal for an ILTA webinar to discuss about why it’s important to slow down, take time, and understand your problems and processes before you venture into the technology marketplace.

When tech vendors pepper you with shiny apps and mentions of AI, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed and drawn to flashy systems which might not actually do what you need them to do. Here, we delve into mapping out your processes to find use cases, establishing what you can and want to automate, and where you want automation to sit in your organization’s long term aims.

We will be using a high-level process automation use case to provide a general sense of how workflow automation could sit in your workplace.

 

 

 

Speakers:

Jonathan Jochem – Director, Markets & Growth, Americas – Neota Logic

Shyamal Addanki – Consultant – Karta Legal

Lee Shubert – Director of Litigation Support & Discovery Strategy – Karta Legal

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