Legal time capture company TIQ is proud to announce that as of July 19 2021, Maya Markovich (Chief Growth Officer at Denton's Nextlaw Labs) has been appointed as a member to TIQ's Advisory Board.
Her addition highlights the company's rapid growth and the momentum surrounding its market-leading rollout of time capture software and continued international growth. Recently, the firm announced that Danish law firm Molt Wengel, Italian law firm RP Legal & Tax, and Norwegian law firm Thommessen have implemented TIQ. TIQ expects to announce more international firms soon.
“We are very pleased to welcome Maya Markovich to our Advisory Board”, says Nick Schils (founder and CEO TIQ). "Maya's experience with next-generation technology in law firms can't be overstated and will unquestionably contribute to our product and growth strategy."
Maya Markovich has been central to Nextlaw Labs, Dentons’ tech-focused innovation catalyst, since its industry-first launch in 2015. With her unique background spanning behavioral science, law, VC, and change management, she delivers next-generation technology, process, and business growth services across the globe for the world’s largest firm and its clients, including proven acceleration of Legal Tech startups in the Nextlaw Ventures portfolio. Collaborating with legal communities and experts worldwide, she continually evolves Nextlaw Labs' partnership and investment strategies through an unmatched network and understanding of the rapidly changing legal industry.
“I'm delighted to join TIQ's Advisory Board at such an important inflection point both for the company and the legal sector. Time tracking is a significant industry pain point which, if reimagined, can dramatically improve workflows for firms and directly benefit clients. TIQ has a compelling product, and a sharp team with a proven ability to execute their vision. I look forward to working with the company's leadership and advisors to help scale their business”, says Maya.
Maya is a recognized leader in the legal tech industry and frequently speaks at conferences, is featured on industry broadcasts, and writes on Legal Tech and innovation. She was named one of five “Influential Women of Legal Tech” by ILTA in 2020, a “Woman Leading Legal Tech” by The Technolawgist in 2019, and an ABA Legal Technology Resource Center “Woman of Legal Tech 2018” for her work in encouraging, designing and implementing the future of the legal profession around the globe.
Maya will be joining the current Advisory Board consisting of Joost Kramer (SaaS entrepreneur and Informal Investor), Casper Haspels (Founder at CHIP-XL, Focus on accelerating the growth of software start-ups) and Hans Janssen (Co-Founder at BFly Ventures and Advisor) as advisors.
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