Attorneys have turned to artificial intelligence to reduce costs in tasks like e-discovery, contracts and due diligence. But more recently, AI has been getting to the heart of the matter, fueling legal spend analytics platforms that help law firms and legal departments better understand and change their spend habits.
One of the latest entrants into this market is Bodhala, which aims provide deeper insight into industry spend patterns using big data analysis. Legaltech News spoke with Raj Goyle, co-CEO at Bodhala, on how the platform’s AI works and how Bodhala aims to compete in a fast-growing market.
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