There is no mistaking the power of cloud storage. Cloud solutions offer legal departments the ability to increase access to shared documents and move away from less secure methods of document storage, like paper files or saving files on a hard drive. However, generic document storage software like Dropbox or SharePoint do not always meet the specific and varied needs of inside counsel. For example, generic document storage software can be limiting when you need to perform specific legal tasks, like tracking contract deadlines, collecting data to identify risk, or generating reports on claims. And this can be a major barrier for GCs who needs to assume a more strategic role and create real value for the business.
Here are four ways Legisway beats other cloud-based document storage solutions to support GCs and in-house legal teams to become more strategic:
1. It’s not just about storage but increasing efficiency
Cloud storage solutions let you safely store documents. However, if you can’t work with the legal information when you need to, you are not full leveraging the promise of cloud technology. In fact, to adopt technology, users need to see how it can improve their daily lives. This is why Legisway isn’t just about storage, but about increasing efficiency and how you work with legal data. Legisway doesn’t just store your documents, but helps you manage all of your legal information, from entity, contract, compliance, claims, IP, meeting, data privacy and real estate data in once central repository that is cross-referenced so you can quickly gather insights and generate reports. Plus, with the ability to set up alerts for deadlines, track matter status, configure e-signature capabilities or asses risk levels, Legisway can true transform the way you work.