Virtual Event |
Overview (Program Summary)
Modernising Legal Operations: How digitising legal contracts reduces costs and improves efficiency
The need for legal departments to reduce contract cycle time, improve visibility and maintain compliance is more important than ever.
Join this webinar to find simple ways to save your legal team time, effort and cost through digitisation.
Hear how legal departments have transformed their contract operations and generated benefits for their teams and stakeholders. We will share their challenges and how digitising contract management helped them accelerate business, save time and reduce risk. Hear about the features, tools and solutions that are used most by our legal customers and how you can quickly and easily get started with your transformation journey.
Join this live virtual discussion to learn:
- What is driving investment in the digital transformation of contracts?
- How to streamline contract processes to reduce turnaround times - generating, sending, negotiating and signing.
- Why improved visibility into contracts and contracting processes reduces risk and improves compliance?
- How to scale your team by doing more with the same.
- How DocuSign empowers legal teams.
Janie Plant, Assoc. Director | Senior Legal Counsel, Capgemini
Janie found her passion for technology during her first career in both technical and project management roles in both Australia and overseas in the Information Technology profession. In her current career as inhouse counsel, Janie is working to bring technology, law and project management principles together to dispel fear of technological change and create efficiencies and better outcomes for legal practitioners, their clients and the legal profession generally.
Janie was a 2020 nominee in the Women in Technology WA Tech (+) Awards and her legal tech interests lie in AI, the Power Platform and getting the most from your current products. She is currently developing her Power skills to build simple automations that can produce quick efficiency wins for inhouse legal teams and is keen to expand that to self-service tools that can enable clients to participate more meaningfully in the progression of their matters, thus increasing their sense of control while potentially reducing their legal costs.
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