How Legal Teams Can Use Intelligent Automation
Law firms and legal departments are awash in documents, and practicing law has long been an area chock full of manual tasks. For decades, lawyers and those running legal divisions debated whether new technologies could help with such problems.
But now, AI and automation have shown significant benefits, saving attorneys and other legal staff hours of time and boosting firms’ overall productivity. From OCR (optical character recognition) tools for document scanning and data extraction to AI models that help sift through contracts, intelligent automation can address complex business problems and reduce hundreds of manual, error-prone processes. In fact, 60 percent of lawyers now believe technology will help improve the accuracy of their work and the profession in three to five years, according to the American Bar Association.
End-to-end, in one platform
While plenty of companies have sprung up to help attorneys automate one or two individual tasks, Automation Hero has the advantage of automating legal business processes from end to end, while also using an automation assistant, Robin, to keep humans in loop.