Across law departments, workloads are increasing, and processes are becoming more complex. Texas Lawyer’s February 26 CLE program, held at the Cityplace Conference Center in Dallas, is designed to provide practical advice to in-house counsel on how to manage their increasing departmental workloads. With six sessions, ranging in topics from cyber security to contracts, this free, half-day CLE event is focused on helping in-house counsel adopt best practices in a variety of areas.
In the first session of the day, Chris Driver, Strategic Account Manager at Onit, will talk about how in-house counsel clients have redefined the way they manage their legal department operations through the use of Smart Process Apps. Driver’s presentation, entitled “Managing Legal Department Operations: Apps That Work The Way You Work,” will touch upon the differences between enterprise software and Smart Process Apps. While enterprise software helps to manage records and tasks on the corporate level, modifying enterprise software for your evolving business is expensive and time-consuming. The nimble, quick-to-deploy cousin of enterprise software is the Smart Process App. These Apps help companies manage collaborative business processes such as NDAs and contracts by filling in the gaps of existing software infrastructure. Smart Process Apps can help tame your unruly department-level processes and help bring efficiency, transparency and risk mitigation to your everyday operations.
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