Intelligent Business Forum
Senior industry leaders will share their insights
The fourth annual Intelligent Business Forum will explore how the big 4 consulting firms, legal services providers and legal technology companies are having a transformative impact on business operations.
From reducing value leakage in the contracting lifecycle to improving transparency in the supply chain, these service providers are having a tangible impact on their clients’ revenues.
Hear from the leaders of these new law businesses, their clients and other experts about how the third pillar of the legal industry is evolving and what that means for business and the wider legal industry.
The implications of a digital financial system
Digitisation of the financial system and major financial institutions, combined with the entrance of disrupters, the rise of crypto-currencies and a change in consumer behaviours is driving major transformation
Automating Justice and Democracy
The public sector is a crucible for the convergence of data, technology and services. The need is acute from the public to be able to access justice better and to restore confidence in the electoral system
Accelerating Business: New ways of working
One of the corollaries of becoming digital is that companies are working much faster. Those that are digital are more likely to have competitive advantage
Unlocking value from middle to back office functions
Convergence of data, technology and services is changing the shape of middle to back office functions. Companies operating in these spaces are growing exponentially, attracting investment and talent and enabling their clients to perform better
Transforming the experience of consumers and customers
With the rise of the experience economy, new providers are beginning to see the returns on their integrated service models, which combine advisory, managed services, consulting, technology, transformation and innovation consulting in one offering
The Market Shapers Debate
The Motion: Law firms and corporate legal departments have not yet grasped the full implications of digital transformation and are woefully under-prepared to meet the changing demands of their clients.
Yes or No?
The big picture, not just the individual strands of the business you work in
And build relationships with some of the biggest names in your industry
New approaches and strategies to help win market share
"An incredibly well-curated event. A great combination of thought-provoking discussions and networking."
Chanelle Duley University of Auckland
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