How To Overcome Barriers in Your Tech Implementation Journey
Purchasing technology for your legal department is only one step in a series necessary to confirm that the technology will enable efficiencies and provide 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-utilised 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 organisation.
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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|Ben Eason| Head of Legal Transformation and Business Management | Barclays
Ben is a transformational leader with 12 years of Barclays experience and over 20 years of industry experience. Ben has successfully led major technology programmes across the firm most recently in Legal and Operations and has been accountable to the most senior leaders in the firm for those deliverables. In 2018 as the first non-lawyer to run the Global Legal Contract Negotiation group (GCS) Ben faced off to clients and business heads alike managing contract negotiators across the Markets business and implemented improvements in technology, process, people and culture to great applaud from end to end stakeholders, this capitalized on his previous experience running FX & Commodities middle-offices. Ben has run Global teams with complex hand-offs and various cultural backgrounds across Asia, UK, Europe and the US and enjoys embedding a culture of success and growth within those teams.
In addition to transformation and BAU/line roles Ben has a commercial mindset and has led COO/BM offices overseeing reducing cost-bases and a Colleague engagement team engaging with 30,000 people globally in an enterprise-wide Operations group.
|Rob Dinning | Head of Legal Function Consulting for EMEIA | EY
Rob is Head of Legal Function Consulting for EMEIA at EY. He advises General Counsel on strategic operating model transformation projects, developing the optimal mix of resourcing, process and technology solutions to deliver legal services in the most efficient, resilient, scalable and value-accretive way. Rob has an international career portfolio encompassing private practice and in-house legal roles in the US, Europe and Asia and 18 years as a General Counsel leading global teams in financial services and technology businesses, including 6 years as General Counsel for Global Operations & Technology at Barclays Bank immediately prior to joining EY.
|Edmund Chan | Head of Product Development | EY
Edmund is Head of Product Development at EY Riverview Law and also leads activity within the wider EY Law Global Law Innovation and Technology team. He specialises in identifying new legal technology products and solutions for the EY Law teams to support the delivery of legal advisory services and legal managed services to clients. Prior to joining EY, Edmund had over 11 years of experience as a corporate / commercial lawyer, 8 of which were with global law firm DLA Piper. His legal experience includes extensive work on multi-national acquisitions and mergers and global private equity transactions. For the last 6 years, Edmund has worked with a number of global clients to advise on, scope, implement and deploy legal technology platforms.