In recent years, corporate legal departments have seen a shift in expectations for conducting business. Gone are silos and limited interaction with the rest of the organization. In their place is the desire for self-service for low-risk requests, enhanced responsiveness, and increased transparency. As Deloitte noted in a report on the legal department of the future, “In-house lawyers are becoming business partners, embedded and able to work across units and specializations.”
No-code business process automation (BPA) platforms and business intelligence (BI) platforms powered by artificial intelligence (AI) are making this happen. They enable corporate legal to spin up Apps and solutions to fit any business use – from contract lifecycle management to managing diversity to data breach reporting.
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