Litera announced today that Haley Altman, Litera general manager of transaction management, has been selected as a top 10 legal business technologist by the Financial Times Intelligent Business Awards.
The award recognizes the top individuals in legal technology for their impact on the practice and business of law. Each has comprehensively served the intersection of law, business, and technology to solve companies’ real-world problems.
Altman said, “For a publication as prestigious as the Financial Times to highlight the innovations taking place in the legal tech community shows that we are at a turning point. It’s an honor to be recognized as a leader committed to innovative legal practices and helping provide solutions for lawyers’ daily work.”
Altman was recognized for her work in founding Doxly, a legal transaction management platform that automates time-consuming administrative tasks associated with contract-closing processes, now a part of Litera.
View the full list and read more about the Financial Times Intelligent Business Awards: https://www.litera.com/about-us/press-releases/financial-times-intelligent-business-awards-names-litera-gm-in-top-10-legal-business-technologists
About Litera Microsystems
Litera Microsystems is the leading provider of software for managing transactions and drafting, proofreading, comparing, repairing, cleaning, and securing documents in the legal and life sciences industries worldwide. Our core products empower users to generate, review, and distribute high-quality content quickly and securely, from any device. Today, Litera Microsystems supports thousands of document-intensive organizations across the globe, helping them satisfy the complex demands of clients and regulators.