How To Overcome Barriers in Your Tech Implementation Journey
Date: Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Time: 2:00pm ET/11:00am PT
Purchasing technology for your legal department is only one step in a series necessary to confirm that the technology will enable efficiencies, and insight that will justify the investment. Skipping the necessary intervening steps is sure to result in implementation delays, unhappy users, unexpected service fees, and under-utilized or abandoned technology.
Gain practical guidance to help foster a successful legal technology implementation — which will ultimately lead to a more efficient, engaged and data-driven organization.
Join this webcast for guidance and examples related to different stages of the implementation journey including:
- Requirements identification
- Legal process automation
- Designing data strategies
- Change management
- Plus, common barriers in the tech implementation journey and tips using real life examples on how to overcome them.
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|Wolfgang (Wolf) P. Kreutzer | Associate General Counsel and Associate Director Legal Global Transaction | The Procter & Gamble Company
Wolfgang (Wolf) P. Kreutzer is leading the Purchases and Outsourcing pillar of the Global Transactions Group of The Procter & Gamble Company. Wolf established the Purchases practice group in 2004, leading a team of attorneys advising the Purchases Organization on all matters supply chain, ranging from advertising agencies, construction to IT matters. In 2007 he assumed the additional responsibility for the Company’s Global Outsourcing activities and negotiated all of the Company’s deals between 2007 and 2017. The deals range from Information Technology Outsourcing, Business Process Outsourcing, Human Resources Outsourcing, Facilities Management Outsourcing and Real Estate Outsourcing; ranging from small to multi-billions dollar deals. Wolf is also is responsible for policy setting and advises the Chief Procurement Officer of The Procter & Gamble Company on all relevant legal issues.
|Heidi Stenberg | Americas Legal Function Consulting Leader | EY
Heidi Stenberg is a principal and Americas Legal Function Consulting Leader in EY’s Law practice. She has more than 20 years of experience in the field of legal services supporting corporate legal departments and law firms with the deployment of legal technology solutions response to investigations, litigations, and regulatory inquires.
Heidi regularly assists corporate legal departments and law firms with the enablement of legal service delivery and transforming the business of practicing law. She counsels clients to develop and implement strategies that align legal staffing operating models, business processes. and digital technologies. Heidi’s areas of focus include the following: legal operations, information governance, legal hold management, data preservation, e-discovery, technology-assisted review, legal spend analytics, and the design and implementation of operating models.
|Edward Sohn | Global Law Innovation & Technology Leader | EY
Ed Sohn is the Global Law Innovation & Technology Leader at EY aiming to advance the technology enablement agenda across EY’s Legal Advisory practice and LMS and drive legal innovation initiatives globally.
Previously, Ed served as the VP of Product Management and Partnerships for the LMS business at Thomson Reuters. In that role, he oversaw the product portfolio that tech-enabled their managed services and was responsible for the launch and growth of their new e-discovery product and alliances supporting the contract management line of service.
Ed has held several leadership roles in the LMS business, including over two years based in New Delhi, India. Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Ed was a business litigation associate at King & Spalding in Atlanta, GA, where he is still based. He is a frequent public speaker and author, contributing expertise as the thought leader in areas of litigation management, contract management, e-discovery, managed services and the business of law. He graduated in law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
|Hilary Mabbott | Director, Functional Transformation | Honeywell