Plexus Law rolls out NL tech

Plexus Law has announced a new partnership with to use its natural language capabilities to automate document processing of medical reports.

“Plexus Law is a digitally enabled law firm empowering people and business, now and for the future, with agility and excellence” said James Slater, chief technology officer at Plexus Law. “The partnership with introduces an AI-based technology which will create efficiencies and significantly improve response times in our claims management process benefitting end-users and clients. It represents one step in our ongoing commitment to meet the evolving needs of clients through investment in technology as part of our digital transformation programme.”

“We are excited to partner with Plexus Law to rethink the way information-intensive processes are deployed across legal workflows,” added John Wilkinson, senior vice-president EMEA Sales, “Leveraging the’s natural language capabilities, legal teams can read thousands of documents, turning language into actionable data and accurately extracting the information they need to achieve greater efficiency while providing timely responses to client inquiries.”

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