sharedo case & matter management platform shortlisted for Innovation in Legal Services at the 2017 British Legal Technology Awards.

10th October 2017; Altrincham: Tech company slicedbread is delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted as a finalist for Innovation in Legal Services at the British Legal Technology Awards. The announcement was made on stage at the European Legal Security Forum, Europe’s largest legal technology event, by Jacqueline de Rojas, the President of techUK and Non-Executive Director on the board of Rightmove plc.

Having started as a two-man team to a flourishing business of 50, slicedbread has grown organically based upon the principle of hiring and nurturing the best talent. The development of legal case and matter management software, sharedo, is testament to the investment of 9,000 man days research and development. The cutting-edge technology uses machine learning that is interlaced with best-in-class usability to provide law firms with the tools to take them into the digital age; to improve efficiency, productivity and the service provided to clients.

Big data, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things is changing the way B2B and consumer brands operate. With access to data about people’s lifestyles, smart homes monitoring the performance of whitegoods and with automated cars on the horizon; the ability to take advantage of this wealth of information and turn it into meaningful, usable assets will drive future success.

sharedo is the platform to help law firms make use of the interconnected world and embed this into the day to day operations of their firm. Managing the workloads of global firms to provide a unified way of working and using machine learning and predictive analytics enables the traditional ‘oil tanker’ practice to keep pace with the rapidly evolving needs of clients. With the ability to integrate with any software platform and a complex event processing engine that analyses and spots trends; the technology delivered is akin to a sentient being looking after the future success of the business.

The award judging panel was made up of industry experts and included, among others, de Rojas, Bruna Pellicci, CIO at Ashurst, Kenneth Grady, Adjunct Professor Michigan State University College of Law, Professor Stephen Mayson, University College London and Jeremy Barton, General Council KPMG. The awards will take place on 15th November at Plaisterers Hall in London.