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Lexsoft Systems introduces T3 GenAI to assist knowledge management in the legal space

Lexsoft Systems, a provider of IT and business process solutions, is introducing Lexsoft T3 GenAI, a new knowledge management (KM) solution within its T3 product suite, powered by Microsoft OpenAI technology. The new solution will deliver Copilot-like functionality and user experience to the KM function, according to the company.

“T3 GenAI will enable KM professionals to redefine the way they have worked historically,” said Carlos García-Egocheaga, CEO of Lexsoft Systems. “Knowledge professionals have been asking for this kind of smart functionality for many years. OpenAI has enabled the delivery of this capability from a technical standpoint. The value of the technology, however, lies in its application. T3 GenAI is underpinned by almost 20 years of KM experience in the legal sector. We understand deeply how law firms operate across sectors and specialties, and this expertise is reflected in how we have applied generative AI technology to deliver a high level of accuracy, automation, and advanced KM capability.”  

This out-of-the-box, ready-to-deploy, and best practice-led solution enables law firms to simplify and automate critical processes, fully supported with visual and actionable data analytics.

T3 GenAI simplifies the knowledge submission, curation, and classification process in the KM system for knowledge managers and professional support lawyers (PSLs), according to the company.

For lawyers, the use of Conditional Forms makes the knowledge submission process intuitive and easy. On submission, Conditional Forms prompt lawyers for information that is pertinent to only that legal document type.  

Knowledge departments also can embed the document submission process within lawyers’ workflow. Combining the Conditional Forms feature with generative AI technology, T3 GenAI automatically extracts the key information from the documents being submitted. This eliminates the need for knowledge professionals to request lawyers for information related to the submission, according to the company.

T3 GenAI applies AI to the documents submitted, without human intervention, automatically extracting relevant information, creating abstracts, and accurately mining the metadata to classify them in the KM system.

This removes the need for KM professionals to manually appraise lawyers’ documents or ask questions to identify, curate, and classify the knowledge documents, according to the company.

T3 GenAI uses firms’ own, unique taxonomies to mechanically classify the knowledge documents. The solution doesn’t force firms to use standardized, out-of-the-box data classification structures or taxonomies.

When used in conjunction with Lexsoft’s redaction tool, T3 Redact, T3 GenAI habitually protects confidential information, reducing the data privacy and compliance burden for knowledge professionals, according to the company.

Underpinned by advanced data analytics, T3 Analytics provides a single, central activity dashboard. Through a real-time, aggregated, and visual representation of outstanding activities, KM professionals and PSLs adopt a project management-led approach to prioritize, assign, and monitor tasks from a single interface, according to the company.

For more information about this news, visit www.lexsoft.com.

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