Thomson Reuters updates HighQ Now with collaboration and process management enhancements
Thomson Reuters has announced a new release of the HighQ intelligent work and client engagement platform, which improves the ability of law firms and corporate customers to deliver valuable, standardized solutions to clients and business users. Thomson Reuters acquired HighQ in July.
In this latest release, HighQ 5.2 will enhance the user experience with the launch of solutions templating, document bundling, improved two-factor authentication and a number of additional updates that allow customers to create standardized, repeatable, and portable solutions for their clients using HighQ’s suite of collaboration, workflow, and project management capabilities.
Highlights of the HighQ 5.2 update include:
- Solutions templating: The new templating capability enables users to standardize sites and their configuration to create repeatable, portable templates that deliver advanced solutions.
- Document bundling: An advanced document bundling system allows users to assemble, share and store document bundles with custom metadata for specific transaction or litigation matters.
- Improved security: enhanced two-factor authentication adds an extra level of security, using mobile authenticator apps to ensure user and client data is even better protected.
- AI Hub enhancements: AI improvements offer users increased control of Kira integration and more detailed status reporting in AI Hub.
- Content publishing: Improved publishing capabilities make the implementation of client portals, knowledge hubs, and intranets faster and more scalable.
- API improvements: Companies that want to integrate with HighQ can now find, interrogate, and interact with HighQ APIs via Swagger.
For more information, visit https://highq.com/en-us/whats-new.