Brief #019: Why You Should Look Beyond Legaltech: 4 Surprising Reasons to Leverage Non-Legaltech.

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Why You Should Look Beyond Legaltech: 4 Surprising Reasons to Leverage Non-Legaltech.

"Legaltech, lawtech, legal technology and Legal IT. But have you thought about techtech? What’s techtech I hear you say? Well, it’s all the other tech lawyers and their clients use. The tech that isn’t badged “legaltech”. Why mention this? If you focus exclusively on legaltech to solve your business problems, you may be missing out on a wealth of more mature, better supported and more functional or flexible solutions used outside of law, and often used heavily by legal clients. Find out why this can make a massive difference, and the costs of overlooking the not so obvious opportunity of #techtech."

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