Top 20 UK law firm, Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) goes live with innovative case management platform, sharedo, to help it deliver legal services in the most efficient and effective way possible.
BLP today announced the successful implementation of sharedo, from slicedbread, a case management and workflow platform, with enhanced artificial intelligence and data analytic capabilities.
sharedo is an adaptive case management platform. Built using the best technology stack to solve today’s business problems, sharedo improves a law firms’ productivity and efficiency to help drive successful client outcomes.
Initially being used in its Manchester office, but with the intention of rolling out across the wider Firm in the future, the new platform is part of BLP’s ongoing efforts to offer clients the very latest innovative technology, helping it to deliver legal services in the most effective and efficient way possible.
Bruce Braude, Head of Strategic Client Technology, BLP, commented, “We want to offer a best-in-class approach to legal service delivery for our clients and technology is a fundamental part of this. We are in a day and age where if you don’t leverage the very best technology and analytics you will, without question, be left behind.”
“The platform intelligently ensures we deliver a particular job most effectively and this means our clients receive a more efficient service as well as far greater insights into their transactions. According to the feedback we’ve received during testing, our clients have been hugely impressed and found real additional value.”
Ben Nicholson, Innovation Director of slicedbread, also said, “We’re extremely happy to welcome BLP as our customer. The technology we’ve developed is being recognised by the leading firms within the legal industry as the most innovative and future proofed solution to help drive efficiencies and enhance the specialist skills of law firms. BLP is a forward thinking firm with amazing pedigree and it is an honour to help them to achieve their goals using the latest and greatest technology, built here in the UK.