March 2, 2022
Kelley Drye CIO Judi Flournoy
was recently quoted discussing “Platformization” in a Netdocuments article discussing the 10 legal tech trends that have the potential to drive meaningful outcomes. Platformization isn’t new, but more organizations are realizing the efficiency gains they can achieve with it, so it’s attracting increased attention. Platformization, as it applies to content management, refers to a single core technology platform serving as the backbone of the management system, with built-in tools for your end users’ major day-today workflows. According to Flournoy, “For law firms and corporate legal operations, evaluating platformization — or anything that causes us to rethink and reimagine the status quo and how we work — is a good thing.” She goes on to state that “Platformization is beneficial when the applications your business uses can all integrate seamlessly, but it might not make sense if you need a single product best supported by a one-off application.”
You can read the full article here.