Legal departments in U.K. tech companies are looking to focus on more high-value work, and by extension, become a revenue-driver for their organization. But many aren’t leaning on legal technology to achieve their goal, according to the 2020 Tech GC Report, a survey of 30 senior attorneys in “high growth” U.K. technology companies, conducted by contract collaboration platform Juro and law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.

Half of all survey respondents said their biggest priority for the year ahead is “adding value to the business,” while around one-third also cited improving legal processes. When asked how they intend to add value, around two-thirds pointed to enabling self-service legal processes and supporting the organization’s commercial strategy.

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