Slaughter and May Success Story
Slaughter and May’s Jane Stewart and Emma Walton-Moore describe partnering with StructureFlow as one of the easiest and most effective deployments they have implemented, noting StructureFlow’s receptiveness to feedback and ease of use
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In this success story, Jane Stewart, Head of Knowledge and Innovation, Slaughter and May, shares their ‘hugely successful deployment’ with StructureFlow, who won the firm’s first Collaborate legal tech incubator programme in 2019, securing a successful pilot with the firm that ultimately turned into a firm-wide engagement.
Senior Knowledge and Innovation Manager, Emma Walton-Moore, also explains how partnering with StructureFlow has been one of the easiest relationships with a technology provider the firm has had, particularly noting StructureFlow’s receptiveness to feedback, ease of use and its ‘obvious design with legal in mind’.
Jane Stewart, Head of Knowledge and Innovation
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