Already focused on higher-level matters, attorneys often absent-mindedly hurry through the process of invoice review and classification, leaving a trail of mistakes and erroneously categorized bills in their wake.

Yet while common, this oversight has far-reaching effects—reliable invoices, after all, are a basis on which legal departments control and track their spend. So it’s little surprise that many legal departments are turning to machines to handle the task.

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