Wikborg Rein delivers top quality combined with the latest and most effective technology on the market. We can offer automated contracts and documents, AI-based solutions for reviewing contract types and project management through market-leading solutions. In several of our areas, we can efficiently process large amounts of data using market-leading eDiscovery tools.
All our digital tools are compiled and available in WR Collab. WR Collab is a digital service where we bring our digital products together in one place, focusing on the customer’s needs. The products we offer through this platform are made available to provide increased value and better interaction with our customers. Our work in digitalisation is primarily within three main areas:
- Client portal and collaboration
- Project tools
- Document automation
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