iManage Named Technology Supplier of the Year at the British Legal Awards 2017

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4 December 2017


BLA-WINNERiManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, announced it was named Technology Supplier of the Year at the British Legal Awards ceremony this evening in London. This award honors the contribution suppliers make to improving the delivery of legal services.

Hosted by Legal Week in association with The City of London Law Society, the awards ceremony is attended by 1,000 lawyers, representing the cream of the UK’s legal community. A major feature of these awards is the credibility of the judging process as the winners are selected by an independent judging panel.

iManage was recognized for transforming how professionals in legal, accounting and financial services get work done by combining the power of artificial intelligence with market leading document and email management. iManage automates routine cognitive tasks, provides powerful insights and streamlines how professionals work, while maintaining the highest level of security and governance over critical client and corporate data. iManage helps organizations work smarter utilizing the cutting-edge RAVN artificial intelligence platform to automatically organize, discover and summarize documents.

iManage Work 10, the newest version of the company’s leading document and email management application for today’s modern professionals, includes powerful new search and collaboration features to enhance professional productivity.

“Our mission is to provide technology solutions that enable legal professionals to work more productively, to transform how they work and collaborate with documents and emails,” said, Geoff Hornsby, General Manager, EMEA, iManage. “Being named Technology Supplier of the Year is quite an honour and one we take great pride in accepting as it reinforces our commitment to providing our customers around the globe with solutions that help today’s modern professionals work smarter, on any device from anywhere.”



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