“Having the right tools and technologies in place is vital to not only staying competitive, but managing to keep on top of our work. In a perfect world everything works seamlessly and we have access to all documents, files and applications when we need them, wherever we happen to be. Keeping up with cutting edge technology is more important than ever for the legal profession.”Malcolm Campbell, Principal/Director at Coleman Greig Lawyers
QLS Proctor recently published a sponsored article discussing the increased workload many legal firms face due to remote work, a dispersed workforce and the mountains of digital recordings that result from both. Modern technology can automatically transcribe these recordings, having the record ready when it’s needed.