Automation in Legal — Expectations and Real Life

When:  May 28, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (ET)


Increasingly, law firms are replacing repeatable and predictable manual tasks with automated processes. Automation use cases now include risk mitigation related to manual processes that may require execution from a physical office, and related to Work-From-Home (WFH) and during whatever level of Return-to-Office (RTO). Automation tools are becoming more affordable and mature, and there are great options for automated MS Windows monthly patch testing, desktop benchmarking, desktop and server performance testing and data migration testing, for firms of all sizes.

Join us as we discuss:
- Identifying risk areas in current manual processes, that could be automated
- Defining requirements and success metrics for automation projects
- Choosing a tool or managed service and deploying the automation
- Use cases and a demonstration of testing automation
- Change management challenges in the transition from manual to automated processes

We will provide a comprehensive list of available automation products as a takeaway.

This COVID content is being provided free of charge to all interested parties


TJ Johnson - Strategy Director, Olenick
Bill Mertes- Vice President, Olenick

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