With just one day to go until Inside Legal IT (ILIT) fills Tobacco Dock here are some of the highlights in store from a handful of the exhibitors, including Litera + Nimble Storage + Millnet + BigHand + Thomson Reuters Elite + NetDocuments + SoftwareONE + XtraLex Systems + Brainloop + SDLT.
Litéra will be demonstrating its suite of risk management and productivity solutions at ILIT with delegates set to meet director of product management Chuck Henrich and directors of client development in EMEA, Paul Ditchfield and Richard Ward. Litera’s giveaways will include “I’m Confident” t-shirts – possibly one to wear on the bucking bronco or while singing along with the rockaoke band later in the day.
The team says: “Innovation is about defining the future of technology. Every one of Litéra’s products has defined its category, with multiple patents underlying the technology we develop. We are the holder of 14 unique technology patents, with nine more on file.”
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Delegates will be able to spend time with Kevin Dunn, UK country manager; Graham Holt, UK sales; Rich Fenton, UK systems engineering manager; Sianne Chen, UK field marketing manager; and Conrad Cole, inside sales representative.
The team says: “Our mission is simple: Give our customers the industry’s most efficient flash storage platform. Nimble Storage arrays efficiently store and serve up data fast enough to satisfy even the most demanding applications, from Microsoft SQL Server to VDI.”
Visit Millnet at stand 23 to discover the smart solution to your batch printing and medical records management issues and you can leave your business card for the opportunity to win a Bose SoundLink wireless speaker.
DocBuster is a cost-effective and efficient way to batch print emails and other documents in a chronological order with slip sheets, while MedBrief is a secure way for lawyers to share highly confidential patient records with experts and other third parties on clinical negligence and similar matters.
Delegates will meet Steve England, litigation support consultant for MedBrief; consultant David Alford, a DocBuster director; and Gary Lawson, DocBuster associate director.
The market leader in digital dictation and voice productivity, delegates will be able to receive a live demonstration at ILIT of BigHand’s products including BigHand SmartNote; BigHand Office; BigHand Capacity Manager and BigHand Now.
BigHand’s technology is used by 86% of the top 200 UK law firms that have a digital dictation system and manning its stand and giving away portable chargers and pens will be David Jones, head of new business; Ben Jennings, client solutions director; and Rachel Wilkinson, account manager.
Thomson Reuters Elite
Offering an end-to-end enterprise business management solution, Thomson Reuters Elite will be on hand to demonstrate its business development, risk management, client and matter management, and financial management solutions.
Manning the stand and handing out sweets, notecubes and those ever important pens will be Peter Gill, director of sales, EMEA; Wendy Richmond, sales executive; Liz Quinn, senior sales executive; Patrick Hurley, vice president, customer advocacy; and Joan Swain, director of customer advocacy, global accounts.
The team says: “Our innovative offerings are used by organisations across the globe and by using these tools our customers now have greater flexibility to change and grow their business.”
Founded in 1999 and with offices in the US, UK and Australia, NetDocuments will be showcasing its leading cloud-based document and email management solutions for law firms. Senior account manager Mark Craddock and technical director James Davies will be demonstrating why NetDocuments users now enjoy built-in disaster recovery, matter centricity, enterprise search, mobility, records management, collaboration and compliance for documents and email.
NetDocuments say: “Seamlessly integrated with Microsoft Office, Adobe, imaging systems, and many third-party applications, firms are simply getting more done with less – more productivity, more security, more collaboration, more mobility – with less cost, hardware and hassle.”
Vendors will have plenty of opportunity at ILIT to speak with key players from software licensing manager SoftwareONE, with licensing solutions specialist Chris Pearson attending alongside director of business development Ian Wythe, solutions architect Jeremy Lloyd, global software consultant Doug Vincent-Townend and sales director Chris Brown.
SoftwareONE helps reduce the cost of your biggest software purchases, prevent unnecessary IT costs and manages audits from software vendors.
The team says: “From project inception to tactical use of the cloud, our service offering enables IT budgets to go further and spans over 10,000 vendors, including Oracle, Microsoft, IBM, Citrix, SAP and VMware.”
Since 2010 Australian-founded XtraLex has been marketing its innovative legal drafting tools and at ILIT you can learn more.
Designed by lawyers for lawyers, XtraLex includes tried and tested proof reading tools alongside reformatting and modular clause library functions. These are all delivered simply from a single Word add-in. Key benefits include improved lawyer productivity and fewer drafting errors.
The teams says: “Our clients, who range from boutique to international law firms, enthuse about the benefits XtraLex has brought to their operations. We’d love to give you a demo.”
Founded in 2000, Brainloop provides intuitive collaboration solutions for managing confidential information and sharing files internally and externally.
Available as SaaS or on premise, Brainloop provides a single platform with built-in business workflows for board, partner and client communications, M&A and due diligence, deal or transaction bibles creation, secure email and file sharing.
Any questions? You can ask Mark Edge, regional vice president sales and managing director UK; Andrew Newbery, account manager and Darya Rusanova, sales and marketing manager at ILIT.
Visit stand 14 at ILIT and meet the managing director and product managers of electronic stamp duty and land tax forms SDLT, which after 10 years of e-form experience has produced a cloud-based application called FormEvo,
The team, which will be demonstrating how to make your property department as efficient and cost effective as possible, says: “The forms software market has but a few options from which to choose. Take a look at FormEvo as the alternative which is either free to you as a disbursement cost or 50% of your current annual license fee. Your choice. Totally free or just half the cost of what you are paying with your existing supplier. That’s a guaranteed offer. Try it.”
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