ZERØ, provider of the legal industry’s most innovative artificial intelligence email management technology, has announced that it has been selected for a pilot program by Neal Gerber Eisenberg, a leading Chicago-based law firm providing clients with legal business solutions in connection with their domestic and global corporate transactions and litigation.
Neal Gerber Eisenberg selected to pilot ZERØ after a rigorous evaluation process. The firm recognized the need for a secure email management solution that could predictively and automatically file emails into iManage, the firm’s file management platform, from desktop and mobile and capture from mobile devices the time spent by its lawyers on billable work .
ZERØ’s seamless integrations with iManage and Intapp Time were key factors in Neal Gerber Eisenberg’s decision to pilot the software. “ZERØ occupies a unique space within our tech stack,” Clint Kehoe, Neal Gerber Eisenberg’s Chief Information Officer, remarked. “We were impressed by ZERØ’s ability to predictively and automatically file emails into iManage from desktop and mobile while also capturing the time spent on these emails from mobile devices.
Security was also a major factor for Neal Gerber Eisenberg. “Our financial services clients have very strict security and auditing requirements,” Clint said. “It is imperative that every technology solution we implement at the firm meets the highest standards of safeguarding firm data and the data entrusted to us by our clients.”
The firm expects to see meaningful results from the pilot with ZERØ. “We anticipate that our lawyers in the pilot program will be able to create more opportunities to spend their time on higher value-work, and we expect the administrative friction associated with email filing and time entry to become less onerous” stated Sonia Menon, the firm’s Chief Operating Officer.
Ryan Steadman, Chief Revenue Officer at ZERØ, commented: “We’re thrilled to have Neal Gerber Eisenberg join our growing list of clients. We look forward to a long-term partnership with the firm.”
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