The Modern Legal Practice: How Speech Recognition Helps Law Firms Be More Productive And Remain Competitive
Date: Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Time: 2 pm ET | 11 am PT
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Today, the modern law firm looks different than it used to. Yet, the pace of change in the legal sector can be slower than other industries. Indeed the past year has shown how important it is to stay up to date with industry changes and technological advancements but it has not always been an easy job to implement these.
Getting professionals to engage with new technology such as speech recognition can sometimes be challenging. However, it is essential to manage communications, foster team-work and maintain client relationships. To what extent is technology changing the landscape for your firm? Does your firm have the right solutions?
Join this webcast, as legal experts will discuss:
- How technology such as speech recognition can help firms improve their internal processes
- How to build bridges and collaborate with clients by differentiating through efficiency and innovation
- New workflows and techniques to remain competitive
- Market trends relating to new talent
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|Eric La Scola | Manager, Solutions Marketing | Nuance
Eric La Scola is the Manager of Solutions Marketing for the Dragon Professional team at Nuance. In this role, he drives the marketing strategy and develops the product positioning and messaging that distinguish Dragon voice recognition solutions in document-intensive sectors such as the legal, law enforcement, finance, and enterprise sectors. Before joining Nuance, Eric held key B2B technology sales and marketing positions, bringing computing solutions to market that solved mission-critical business problems, improved organizational processes, and mitigated risk for enterprise, creative and technical, and educational technology users. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Boston College.