Updated: May 13
Australian legal technology company Lawcadia announces Business Intelligence (BI) reporting to meet the C-suite’s growing demand for metrics and data-informed decision making. With corporate and government organisations experiencing a heightened focus on budgetary, regulatory, risk, compliance, and governance issues, Lawcadia have introduced BI reporting so that departments can benefit from custom dashboards and beautiful reports that capture unique data points, metrics and provide crucial insights. Lawcadia chief executive officer and founder Warwick Walsh said, “General Counsels and compliance leaders need accurate and relevant reporting structures to help them demonstrate the impact and value of the legal function as well as to support a strategic decision-making framework.” “Lawcadia’s new BI reporting allows legal, compliance and risk teams to easily prepare custom dashboards and impactful reports based on data points that are relevant to that particular organisation,” he said. According to Mr Walsh, there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ when it comes to legal metrics and analytics which is the key driver for Lawcadia bringing BI Reporting to their suite of intelligent legal workflow, matter and spend management tools. “Legal departments can customise their own dashboards with drag-and-drop functionality, create beautiful reports, as well as dictate which unique data points need to be captured for reporting purposes.” Following the release of document automation last month, BI reporting is another feature made possible by the firm’s new intelligent platform engine, Lawcadia Intelligence™.
Lawcadia is a legal technology company with a cloud-based platform that in-house legal teams and their law firms use to manage intake, matters, engagements, RFPs, and spend. It enables users to be more efficient, control processes and spend, and have visibility across the legal function.
An award-winning, easy to implement, intuitive and affordable end-to-end legal operations platform, Lawcadia incorporates no-code workflow automation and logic-based processes with a collaborative and secure interface.
Clients include corporate and government legal teams and over 150 law firms.
Founded in 2015, Lawcadia is headquartered in Brisbane, Australia with clients in Asia-Pacific, UK and the US.