We are thrilled to be showcasing at stand A01 at the British Legal Technology Forum 2018 on March 13th.

This year’s event promises to be the biggest yet as Netlaw Media, the event organisers, the event organisers are returning to London to welcome an estimated 1,200 visitors from the world of law, legal technology and IT security.

Come and see the future now. Stand A01 British Legal Technology Forum

Directors, Ben Nicholson and David Thorpe and Client Service Manager, Joe Humphries and Lead Project Manager Jennie Strickland will be on stand A01 ready to take you through sharedo. We’ll be showcasing how we’ve developed the future; now. With clever use of technology, our legal case management solution helps law firms to improve:

 

  • Productivity: Personalised dashboards and automated tack distribution, based on busyness, expertise and cost, ensures workloads are balances between employees to maximise productivity.
  • Profitability: sharedo is constantly monitoring processes and can make predictive recommendations to improves processes, remove bottlenecks and lower costs. Because work is allocated based on skills and cost means that legal services can be delivered more profitably.
  • Client Service: sharedo combines business processes with clients SLAs to deliver personalised client services. The platform is also persona driven and can provide clients with personalised portals to provide real-time visibility of their transactions.

 

sharedo does much more, but in order to keep this article at a manageable number of words, come along to stand A01 to see its full potential.

 

Ben, our innovation director will be talking on the on the ‘Aderant Innovation stage’ at 11:35. Ben’s talk will cover managing risk effectively in a digitised and industrialised service delivery model. Be sure not to miss his speech.

If you are attending the British Legal Technology Forum make sure you plan a visit to the sharedo stand at A01 and keep in touch with our event highlights via Twitter: @sharedo_it #BLTF2018

For all event information visit the official British Technology Forum website: https://britishlegalitforum.com/