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Recognition Works for You: An Efficiency Secret for Lawyers

iStock_000005388018_SmallAs a lawyer, you are certainly well acquainted with the routine of preparatory work with documents. Each inquiry and each case comes with a wide range of documents comprising dozens, hundreds, thousands of pages. Perhaps some of them are in a hard-copy format, and some are digital images (scans or photographs), some documents come to you as PDFs. You have to manage all of these formats, systematize them and make them all look uniform in order to make this information easy to work with: to find what you need, analyze it, and use it. How can you organize your work with incoming documents in such a way as to both minimize preparatory work and not waste a lot of time on searches, retyping quotes, or – God forbid – re-doing tables when you work directly with these documents?…. Read more



Quick creation of an electronic archive without using recognition

Close-up view on white conceptual keyboard - Archive (blue key)Many users handle large volumes of incoming documents. For instance, attorneys work with hundreds and thousands of document pages for each case and each client. These case documents often come in almost simultaneously or in rapid succession. Copies need to be made quickly so that work may start. How can one create a convenient archive for a broad assortment of image files of various documents in the quickest way possible… Read more