Why Integration is a Top Priority for Firms

Why Integration is a Top Priority for Firms

David Woolstencroft interviews Dan Anderson, General Manager and Vice President, SeeUnity - An Anaqua Company.

Dan talks about SeeUnity providing organisations with out-of-box integration with applications for firms that need document management systems for compliance, governance and external collaboration. Ultimately, providing innovative API-based ECM content integration and migration product solutions to streamline workflow, enhance productivity and reduce complexity and cost. 

Dan further shares firms' common drivers for integration solutions and outlines the changing market and client expectations, including:

  • What business returns CIOs and COOs expect in adopting such integration solutions?
  • What clients' expectations are now and why you should prioritise integration initiatives?
  • How firms leverage these solutions to further add value to the business.

Dan also explains that their integration framework is comprised of connectors and applications and discusses that their key products ‘velocity’ which is a product migration tool and ‘echo’ which is a synchronisation platform was developed to integrate with legal matter management and time and billing solutions, encompassing systems such as Simple Legal, Aderant, 3E, Workday, Legal Tracker etc.

Watch the video to understand the changing market, expectations and opportunities that lie ahead.

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