Campbell, CA and Waterloo, ON—August 17, 2020– ZERØ, an innovative provider of AI-powered mobile time capture and email management technology for the legal industry, and OpenText, the leading provider of enterprise information management software for law firms and corporate legal departments, today announced that ZERØ will integrate directly with OpenText eDOCS.
Designed for the specific needs of law firms, ZERØ’s software enables law firms to generate more revenue and increase productivity by automating some of the most onerous administrative tasks facing lawyers. This partnership will enable ZERØ to integrate directly with OpenText eDOCS so that OpenText users can automatically, passively, and contemporaneously capture the time that they spend interacting with client-related emails on mobile devices; file emails into eDOCS with a single touch and prioritize the information that matters most to them.
“Working from anywhere is the new normal,” said Alex Babin, ZERØ’s Chief Executive Officer. “True mobility, meaning functionality across devices, is critical to ensure that lawyers can work flexibly and autonomously, without relying substantively on support staff to manage multiple layers of administration during the lifecycle of matters. This partnership with OpenText provides both parties with the opportunity to work with some of the most innovative law firms and corporate legal teams to reduce the collective pain around time capture and email management from mobile devices.”
“We’re thrilled to offer ZERØ app to our global eDOCS user base across Law Firms, Corporate Legal, Government and Regulatory Agencies worldwide.” said Serge Savchenko, Vice president, Legal Tech at OpenText. “OpenText is committed to reduce administrative tasks for busy professionals, especially during this difficult time.”
“We are on a mission to embrace innovation and efficiency to provide a better client experience,” said Patrick Fitzgerald, partner at Cox & Palmer – Halifax. “The power of ZERØ and OpenText together will help us to innovate our business processes in line with our needs in this climate.”