Even in software companies like Microsoft and NetApp, implementing legal technologies can be difficult


The legal departments of software companies may have leading technical expertise, but when it comes to legal technology, they face the same universal challenges of finding the right solution and the right partnership with vendors. Additionally, while software companies have access to in-house technical experts, removing them to discuss legal technology isn’t always realistic or ideal, legal operations officials noted.

Certainly, while software companies’ legal departments are not magically more tech-savvy than any other in-house team, their corporate culture will demand high-tech.

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