LawVu, the groundbreaking legal management platform, for corporate legal teams, has today announced their new BI platform.
The BI product is an addition to their already category-leading suite of products and is designed to deliver unprecedented insight into the data stored within their platform, while allowing users to easily connect to 3rd party data sources, and combine the data for even greater value.
The LawVu product suite currently includes, matter management, contract management, document management, spend management, and knowledge management, all in one connected system, and the ability to combine this clean dataset, with information from ERP systems, E-Billing providers and other 3rd party tools, without the need for IT involvement, is a huge step forward for the industry.
According to LawVu CEO Sam Kidd, “Corporate legal teams are only just beginning the kind of innovation efforts most other functions began 20 years ago. That’s a lot to catch up on. We’re trying to take all of the time, cost and complexity out of the process, by delivering a world-class platform based on industry best standards, that works out of the box. “
The LawVu BI tool is a paid upgrade and consists of 4 key components:
- LawVu data warehouse solution (LawVu as a data source)
- Data connector (Connect to 3rd party data sources and combine with LawVu data)
- Report creator
- Dashboard creator
According to Taf Manyimo, LawVu’s Data and Analytics manager, “this new initiative, really opens up the ecosystem that is being built around LawVu. It’s a game-changer, particularly for our larger clients that operate in an increasingly complex and connected workplace. LawVu can now participate more deeply in enterprise data strategies”
LawVu is a modern software platform that is revolutionizing the way corporate legal teams manage legal and engage with their internal stakeholders.
By replacing email as the system of record for all legal issues in the enterprise, LawVu is creating a true legal operating system helping in-house legal teams to better manage risk, reduce TCO of the legal function and improve productivity.