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Technology, at its core is just something that transforms inputs to outputs. Machinery, software, and human expertise are all technologies. Businesses in every industry vertical, including legal, rely upon supply chains of technologies. Law firms and law departments do not have all the technology they need in-house to serve their clients. They rely upon outside technologies to get work done.

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