NEW YORK, Jan. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The founders of the fast-growing Brooklyn-based legal software provider Litify will lead a roundtable discussion about the benefits of using Salesforce to manage law firms. The roundtable, hosted at the 2017 Legaltech Conference, is expected to draw substantial crowds. Legaltech is a three-day event, expecting over 10,000 attendees and more than 200 speakers from around the country. Litify is a pioneer in offering Salesforce capabilities to law firms, and is revolutionizing the business of law.
The conference will run from January 31 through February 2, and features a number of important events. One of these is the LegalCIO event, a forum for experts to exchange information and provide practical guidance on the latest in legal technology. LegalCIO focuses on issues such as the role of the IT department within a law firm, data security, emerging technology trends, and related topics.
Litify founder Reuven Moskowitz will be joined by co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Ryan Hallman, to lead a roundtable discussion entitled "Salesforce.com for Law Firms: Will Automation Destroy or Disrupt Our Profession," as part of the LegalCIO event. "We are in the midst of a data industrial revolution," explains Moskowitz. "To avoid being eclipsed by these rapid changes in the technology field, law firms need to take advantage of the new resources available to them."
The Litify software is designed specifically for law firms. It provides an intuitive and streamlined platform for intakes, referrals, case management, and internal and external communication. Litify provides its software through Salesforce's independent software vendor (ISV) partnership program.
"Although they may have embraced technology to some extent in their marketing efforts, many firms continue to take the approach of, 'if it's not broken, don't fix it,' when it comes to managing their day-to-day functions," Hallman explains. "But as more and more firms reap the benefits of incorporating legal technologies into their practice, firms that do not follow suit will be at a real disadvantage." Prior to joining Litify, Hallman served as Solution Strategy Director for Salesforce.
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