The Samsung Law Assistant designed specifically to help legal professionals and law firms increase efficiency and productivity. Easy to use on the go, it puts solicitors in control of their cases wherever they are. It cuts out the need to carry large bundles of paper documents, meaning users spend less time travelling to and from the office. This solution synchronises with Google contact lists and calendars, and comes with a straightforward, easy-to-configure function that facilitates the sharing of media and data. As a result, legal professionals are empowered by having crucial information readily available on the move. All in all, Samsung Law Assistant is an efficient, secure legal office in a single, mobile package.
Increased Efficiency for Legal Professionals
Using the smartphone’s camera to scan legal papers and convert them to PDFs, the Shoot2file function enables enormous productivity gains in court. The application categorises, manages and consults on cases, reducing delays spent on administrative tasks, while the easy manipulation of documents saves valuable preparation time. Solicitors can control their workloads on the go with a calendar and alert system which schedules client appointments. Researching a case is facilitated with access to RSS feeds, jurisdiction precedents and lists of court information, while data sharing enables legal professionals to collaborate easily with colleagues.
• Ease of use on the go, with solicitors maintaining control over workloads, improving efficiency significantly.
• A virtual mobile office where information, files, cases and books are gathered together in one place. This means there is no need to carry large bundles of paperwork, and that less time is spent travelling.
• Shoot2file enables considerable productivity gains in court, using the smartphone's camera to scan documents and convert them to PDFs instantly.
• Combined with Samsung Dive, this secure solution ensures that sensitive documents remain fully confidential on your business servers without compromising accessibility.