Does your legal department still favour paper-based processes (print-scan-file) to digital ones? While the advantages of a paperless, digital office are hard to ignore, some legal teams are slow to change simply because they don’t know where to start.

Digital transformation can be overwhelming, especially when we consider that going paperless is more than just setting up a document storage system or database. It’s also about facilitating secure sharing, automating workflows and the ability extract value from our legal databases.

With the right technology, automating tasks like reviews and approvals, tracking deadlines and obligations, and generating insights is as easy as clicking a button. With cloud technologies, legal teams can improve collaboration and provide remote or mobile access, further reducing the need for paper.

Legal departments that say goodbye to paper and replace manual processes with digital technology benefit from increased efficiency, better governance, and a more structured approach to reporting and managing risk.

In our latest guide, "Digital Transformation for Legal Departments" we will explore the risks of current document management systems, the benefits of centralising your legal information on the cloud, and provide you with 8 simple steps to implement tech in your legal department.