A Nightmare on Implementation Street: True Tales of Legal Tech Terror

"Process automation technologies can be powerful forces in achieving scale"
Candice Wu
Product Manager, Sisyphus
"Love the simplicity of the service and the prompt customer support. We can’t imagine working without it."
Mollie Hall
Web Developer, Sisyphus
"Untitled has saved us thousands of hours of work. We’re able to spin up projects in hours."
Kelly Williams
Head of Design, Layers
"Love the simplicity and the prompt customer support."
Koray Okumus
UX Designer, Circooles
"We’ve been using Untitled to kick start every new project. I can’t imagine working without it."
Lyle Kauffman
Data Engineer, Catalog
"We’ve been using Untitled to kick start every new project and can’t imagine working without it."
Candice Wu
Product Manager, Sisyphus
"Love the simplicity of the service and the prompt customer support. We can’t imagine working without it."
Mollie Hall
Web Developer, Sisyphus
"Untitled has saved us thousands of hours of work. We’re able to spin up projects in hours."
Kelly Williams
Head of Design, Layers
"Love the simplicity and the prompt customer support."
Koray Okumus
UX Designer, Circooles
"We’ve been using Untitled to kick start every new project. I can’t imagine working without it."
Lyle Kauffman
Data Engineer, Catalog
Graphic for webinar event hosted by NetDocuments discussing implementation disasters with legal tech.
Graphic for webinar event hosted by NetDocuments discussing implementation disasters with legal tech.

If you’re a Legal Ops Professional, more than likely you have evaluated Legal Technology solutions for your team. You know the decisions you make for software implementation will have a big impact for the organization - which can either be positive, or negative. It’s always easy to talk about the implementations that went well, but at some point, Murphy’s law will undoubtedly rear its ugly head even for the most seasoned legal ops pros.

So, what exactly is Plan B when things take a dramatic turn for the worse? In this on-demand webinar, find a seat on the bench around the virtual campfire and listen to the brave tales of Legal Ops Professionals that tried to pioneer a new path, but ended up crashing and burning along the way. You’ll hear true technology horrors stories from the expert panel such as:

The Tale of the Invisible Stakeholder
The 6-Figure Tool that No One Adopted
The Defaming Detractor Drama
In these economic times, firms are doing a bit of belt tightening — you're worried about the budget, the economy, and the recession. And oftentimes that changes your focus to keeping the trains running, instead of implementations of new technologies. But I would argue that this is the very time that you should be thinking about innovation, and you should be preparing yourselves so that when things do change and improve, you're well-positioned for success.
Mike Lucas
Chief Information Officer at Wilson Sonsini
Graphic for webinar event hosted by NetDocuments discussing implementation disasters with legal tech.
Graphic for webinar event hosted by NetDocuments discussing implementation disasters with legal tech.
Resources to Get You Started