Asia-Pacific's most innovative law firm, Gilbert + Tobin has selected fellow innovator Workshare for Transact, the digital transaction management platform for banking and finance and other transactional matters.
Voted the Most Innovative Asia Pacific headquartered Law Firm for 2019 by the Financial Times and Australasian Law Firm of the Year (101-500 Lawyers), Gilbert + Tobin selected Workshare Transact as part of their transformational drive towards adopting best practice law-tech solutions for customer success.
“Transact enhances our legal project management offering and has given us the capability to offer a more collaborative and transparent approach to working on transactions with clients and opposing counsel. Transact has helped to streamline our conditions precedent process and facilitate quick and seamless transaction closings for all stakeholders. For example, the online transaction checklist allows parties concerned to review the most up to date progress of deal closing items at any time, meaning deal closing calls can be more focussed and productive. Inbuilt document comparison and transaction bible creation functionality are also great timesavers for us.” stated Daniel Yim, Senior G+T Lawyer.
“Workshare are a great fit for us as they are a proven long-term legal technology provider with over 20 years’ service to the industry. It is also very important for us to receive great local support; we were very impressed with how responsive Workshare personnel have been throughout the years and during this pilot process. Another key reason for us to proceed with Workshare is that we could clearly see the significant investment they have made to improve Transact, with the updated interface recently released and future pipeline of development emerging.” stated Caryn Sandler, Partner and Chief Knowledge + Innovation Officer.
“We are delighted that the team at Gilbert + Tobin selected Workshare Transact. They are recognised as the greatest innovators in the legal profession and we share their passion for new and exciting technologies that continue to reshape the legal landscape. We encourage other firms to reassess their transactional work capabilities as introducing a SaaS platform like Transact, is extremely straightforward and offers process efficiencies and collaborative advantages with law firm clients.” said Shaun Locke, GM Asia Pacific, Workshare.
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