LawVu unveils new portal
Software provider for in-house teams LawVu has launched a new portal to improve engagement and velocity between the law department and other business functions.
LawVu has officially launched its new configurable business portal, offering enhanced engagement between the legal team and the wider business by providing the business with a streamlined interface and multiple self-service components, including end-to-end self-service contract creation directly from the portal.
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Much like its workspace at large, the provider said in a statement, LawVu’s business portal “helps businesses streamline workflows, which is particularly important in today’s economic climate”.
“With this improved experience with the legal department, the wider business can achieve their desired outcomes quicker, ultimately removing inefficiencies and improving commercial outcomes while managing risk — at scale,” the provider proclaimed.
“On the legal side of the interface, teams can easily maintain a unified knowledge repository for the entire organisation, provide approved self-service contract creation, control access to legal resources by role, team, and user, and customise the interaction between the legal team and the business side of operations.”
Speaking about the new portal, LawVu co-founder and chief product officer Tim Boyne said that, in today’s continually evolving world, both business and legal teams are busier than ever.
“What we’ve created here is a way for legal teams to better support the business. This new functionality for the workspace allows teams to cut down on repetitive work and increase collaboration to create an organisation that’s running at peak efficiency — which will be even more vital in the months to come,” he said.
“This is truly a tool for the whole business, and a way for companies to ensure lawyers are a true partner — not a blocker.”
Additional key features, LawVu added, include guided workflows, contract uploads, embedded conversations and email files, e-signing tools and the ability to request legal review when needed.
It also allows, the provider said, the legal team to capture data about their legal requests in a structured way so that reporting and workflow visibility is instant, with no data entry required.