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Lawyers in firms of all sizes are under increasing pressure from all sides: from clients to boost efficiency while streamlining workflows, and from partners to find new ways to maximize billable hours. Firm IT leaders play an important role in their success on both fronts because automation is the key to doing more with less. Beyond improving efficiency, new advancements in robotic process automation, or RPA, are helping lawyers do more billable work without hiring more people.
RPA: An Overview
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