Below is The Legalex 2017 schedule – The schedule for 2018 will be released soon...

Technology Theatre

Quiss Technology are delighted to be sponsoring the Quiss Technology Theatre at LegalEx 2017.

We have secured a number of key speakers from the world of technology to offer their advice and experience through topical seminars over the two days.

This is your opportunity to discover what is happening in the world of technology and what you need to know to keep your law firm at the forefront of the market in this ever evolving world.

Tuesday 28th March

Wednesday 29th March

speaker

11.00

Phil Ayton - Sysero

The Intelligent Law Firm: Accessible, Agile, Adaptable

Today’s law firms are operating in turbulent times. Competition among firms is fiercer than ever, and clients are focused on value and efficiency. Only those firms that change quickly enough to exceed clients’ increasing demands for greater value will survive. During this session, we’ll look at how firms can bring together people, processes, and technology to create differentiation, increase profit margins, and drive client innovation.

speaker

12.00

Mr Sucheet Amin - Lavatech Limited

Digital Transformation and the Influence of Mobile Apps

The way people consume legal services has changed where instant access and information is expected to be the norm. Sucheet, himself a solicitor, will explain how 4 years ago he uncovered the value of integrating a mobile app into his legal practice and give tips to anyone considering how they can enhance their client communications as well as increase efficiency within the practice.

speaker

13.00

Emily Foges & Murray Cox - Luminance

Decoding the AI Hype: A Due Diligence Case Study

Emily Foges, CEO of Luminance, and Murray Cox, Corporate & Commercial Partner at Slaughter and May, discuss how the UK Magic Circle firm has used artificial intelligence to assist their due diligence process. The seminar will explore the challenges of implementing a new AI solution, benchmarks for success and measuring added value as well as wider issues around the adoption of AI: will the technology result in fewer staff or a reduction in billable hours?

speaker

14.00

Neil Thomas - Claranet UK

How modern communication services can transform your business

Hear about the latest developments in communication and collaboration technology, and how the right tools can make your staff more effective, improve customer service and drive growth. As Unified Communications finally become a reality, Neil will explain how you can avoid the pitfalls, understand what’s coming and prepare for the end of life of key BT services, while reducing costs and making your IT services the toast of your organisation.

speaker

15.00

Nigel Cannings - Law Support/Intelligent Voice

Finding your voice – Speech is no longer a Cinderella technology

The technology behind mainstream voice-to-text conversion is now affordable such that analysis of the spoken word should now be included in every company’s information governance. Nigel Cannings will give an overview, alongside real life examples of how the technology is currently being used, of the current technologies, the advances being made and how you really should now be looking at capturing voice and using this to your advantage.

speaker

16.00

Cormac O’Connor - Klyant Online Accounting Software

How Your Bookkeeper Can Inform a Successful Growth Strategy

Sometimes it is easy to forget that your bookkeeper can be one of the most important assets in the firm if properly engaged with. This seminar is about the importance of remembering that in order to grow, a firm must have its accounts in order to keep on top of aged debt and to plan growth in an ever changing industry.