ZERØ, provider of the legal industry’s most innovative artificial intelligence email management technology, today announced that its email management software has been selected by international law firm Holland & Knight LLP. ZERØ was chosen not only for its ability to replace tedious operational activities like email filing and time capture of client-related email activity from mobile devices with a single touch, but also for its user-friendly interface that significantly reduces the typical change management burdens attorneys face when adopting new technology.
“The firm is committed to providing our lawyers with the best technology available, which is why we are excited about our deployment of the ZERØ email app. ZERØ’s state-of-the-art machine learning technology can learn where to file a lawyer’s emails, capture additional billable time, and even prioritize emails in the user’s inbox. That means improving client service and our bottom-line, while making life a little easier on our lawyers.” said Josias Dewey, Holland & Knight’s Innovation Partner.
“Email is the command center for nearly everything we do and, until now, it’s been a pipe dream for lawyers and support staff to find a solution that can manage the many mind-numbing administrative tasks it imposes on users. ZERØ is the only software on the market that can hyper-accurately file emails into iManage workspaces and folders and automatically capture time interacting with client email on mobile devices,” said Matt McKinley, Holland & Knight’s Chief Information Officer. “With ZERØ, our lawyers can keep their focus on what they do best—practice law.”
Ryan Steadman, ZERØ’s Chief Revenue Officer, commented: “We’ve been closely engaged with the Holland Knight LLP team and various partners who have had a deep interest in our technology, primarily because of its user-friendliness and familiar user experience. ZERØ for Mobile looks like, behaves like, and has similar characteristics to Apple Mail. ZERØ, however, has been engineered for lawyers to streamline and automate their email management and time capture techniques across devices.”