Katchr recently took part in a CTS roundtable discussion
In March, our founder, Graham Moore was invited by one 0f our partners, CTS to take part in a roundtable discussion. He was joined by four other legal tech experts from various technology providers who were brought together in a roundtable discussion, moderated by Andrew Lewis, Head of New Business at CTS. The objective was to delve into the significance of legal analytics in the legal sector and how law firms are utilising it to tackle sector-specific obstacles and gain a competitive edge.
These conversations focused on the topics of data and legal analytics, client service and satisfaction, technology innovation and emerging technology trends, and much more.
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What's in the report?
- Unlocking data optimisation
- Barriers to becoming data-driven
- Data’s hidden insights
- Client satisfaction metrics
- Tech-driven advantages
- The ChatGPT phenomenon
- Utilising data and new technologies to drive growth
What was Graham's role?
Graham explored the concept of Unlocking data optimisation. He believes that data holds the
answers to many questions surrounding business areas that may pose risks, exactly how these areas pose risks, and what processes must be followed to mitigate these risks. Here’s what he had to say:
“Data must be refined to make sense out of before it can be transformed into actionable insights – it must be supported by context and intelligence, and only then can law firms use it to their advantage.”
Who else was on the panel?
Andrew Lewis from CTS chaired the event. He and Graham were joined by:
Ivan Packer from Agilico: Over the last 30 years Agilico has worked closely with legal firms to help them make work easy by controlling their print costs and accelerating their adoption of digital documentation and workflow.
Rob Lawson from Perfect Portal: A legal technology company that provides and delivers innovative software solutions to over 850 law firms globally. They simplify the complex processes involved in running a legal practice, increase efficiency, and improve client communication.
Andrew Try from ComXo: A leader in transformational switchboard and business communication services, combining innovative technology and personal expertise to deliver exceptional experiences during every call and communication.
You are going to bump into Katchr at many events over the next few years
Katchr is on a passionate mission to ensure that law firms continually derive value from their own data. We are here to educate and inform. As our reputation grows, you are likely to come across us at a range of industry leading events where will will share our 30 years’ of knowledge and insights around the need for better and better legal analytics. When you have great information, you make the best decisions. Join our community of over 100 law firms as we take you on a journey to better reporting and better shared outcomes.
Other great conversations for you to join.
We recent got together with Claire Burden from Evelyn (another one of our hand-picked partners) to explore how a law firm’s approach to data directly affects their level of risk.