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Securing support for a technology project from company directors and the C-suite is often the most important requirement for the project’s success. Legal technology implementation, after all, can be a long-term and expensive investment that tests the patience and resolve of many in-house managers.
Yet making the business case for technology does not come easy for those in legal who have, until recently, not had to fight for funding.
At the Association of Corporate Counsel’s (ACC) Legal Operations Conference, during the “Building the Business Case for Your ROT: Return on Technology,” session, speakers offered some sage advice: It’s never too late to learn how to best advocate for in-house projects.
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