Knowledge engineering in Sweden - Legal Technology Insider, October 2011

2011-10-28T00:00:00

Charles Christian, Editor-in-Chief of Legal Technology Insider, caught up with Helena Hallgarn, one of the co-founders of the Swedish-based consultancy firm VQ, at the recent Legal IT Forum event in London and asked her about her company’s new VQ Legal intelligent document assembly service.

VQ Legal provides a new intelligent and efficient solution for creating all relevant documents for a specific legal matter, such as a share issue, with content that is updated and quality assured. It is a cloud service, reachable from any computer with internet access, with document collections available to purchase on demand and customers not bound by any ongoing licence costs or monthly subscription fees. Customers use a web interface to answer questions regarding the specific matter and, based on these responses, VQ Legal automatically generates the appropriate documents.

solution for creating all relevant documents for a
specific legal matter, such as a share issue, with
content that is updated and quality assured. It is a
cloud service, reachable from any computer with
internet access, with document collections
available to purchase on demand and customers
not bound by any ongoing licence costs or
monthly subscription fees. Customers use a web
interface to answer questions regarding the

The difference between VQ Legal and other template document providers is the intelligent assembly of the document and the ability to create multiple documents with information entered just once by the lawyers. The solution can be integrated and accessed directly from a law firm or legal department's internal systems and the documents can also be edited to have the same look and feel as documents produced internally.

The founders of VQ, Helena Hallgarn and Ann Björk (two of the most experienced knowledge management pr ofessionals in Scandinavia) developed VQ Legal to support legal advisers streamlining their work to meet new legal business models and client demands for increased efficiency and more value for money.

Read the full OCTOBER 2011 LEGAL TECHNOLOGY INSIDER (No.246) - 4. For more information about the new intelligent document assembly service, please see VQ Legal.




 

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