On-demand Webinar

How to Create a Data Intelligence Strategy

Law firms are fueled by information, but many don’t have a consolidated way to collaborate, review, or analyze the data they have. Some firms don’t even know how to effectively locate matter-centric data intelligence within their systems. As new generative AI technologies such as ChatGPT, Microsoft CoPilot, and Google Bard are hitting the market, it […]

Law firms are fueled by information, but many don’t have a consolidated way to collaborate, review, or analyze the data they have. Some firms don’t even know how to effectively locate matter-centric data intelligence within their systems.

As new generative AI technologies such as ChatGPT, Microsoft CoPilot, and Google Bard are hitting the market, it is no longer just about your internal data, but also about how the data is created. Clients entrust your firm with their information, and having intelligence about their data and how it is connected is more crucial than ever. Legal staff sharing data with online query-answering and text-generating systems could be exposing confidential client information. Wouldn’t you consider that a liability to your firm?

Taking a data intelligence approach and having a consolidated way to tap into information across your systems can:

  • Give you the ability to ask questions of your data
  • Raise confidence in processes and procedures
  • Increase productivity and efficiency

Join Upland experts Sean Coleman and Kim Stein for our on-demand session as they share a step-by-step approach to establishing an effective data intelligence strategy.