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This week LexGO has published an interesting article about Knowliah's recognition by Gartner and the newest Contract Management tool, Knowliah Author.
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Recognition from Gartner for ELM solutions
The Belgian software company Knowliah was named as one of the Representative Vendors worldwide in the October 2019 Market Guide for Enterprise Legal Management Solutions by Gartner. The modular Knowliah platform combines 3 solutions legal counsel are looking for: matter & entity management, document & e-mail management and knowledge management or search. Legal counselS can store documents and e-mails in 1 to 4 seconds and quickly find all relevant documents related to a customer, case or issue; a real complete 360° view at no extra effort.
It is a gratifying recognition for Knowliah, because Gartner is known as the world’s leading research and advisory company. Gartner is a trusted advisor and an objective resource for more than 15,600 organizations in 100+ countries. Specifically, Gartner for Legal & Compliance provides legal professionals with research insights, advice, tools and data
Of the 18 mentioned international vendors, only 4 are from Europe, of which 1 from Belgium, being Knowliah. The other 3 mentioned European vendors are from Italy, Germany and Ireland.
To facilitate contract creation, Knowliah has recently released Knowliah Author: a smart and simple contract creation tool. Knowliah Author is fully integrated in Microsoft Word, and thus fully integrated in the familiar working environment of the lawyer or legal professional. This user-friendly tool ensures that the user can effortless (re)use clauses and definitions dynamically, as well as different versions and translations of them
The fact that the authoring tool is integrated in Microsoft Word, not web-based and focusses on text rather than fields, offers the legal counsel:
- ease of work
- way more flexibility in automation
- always keep the control