Thomson Reuters: Scottish law firm Blackadders increases productivity with HighQ

Leading Scottish law firm Blackadders LLP has chosen Thomson Reuters HighQ to strengthen its efficiency and digital service capabilities for clients.

With roots dating back to 1773, Blackadders is one of Scotland’s premier law firms providing legal, property and wealth management advice to both private and corporate clients. The company employs more than 200 people in a network of offices including Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth. His legal expertise, professional support staff and technical resources combine to provide a first class legal service for business and private clients.

As part of a multi-phase induction program, Blackadders initially rolled out HighQ – the connected, automated workplace collaboration solution that facilitates and streamlines project, litigation, transaction, portfolio and compliance management in one place – within its business team to take the technology and efficiency of the company to the next level. This included the option of using personalized data rooms to facilitate the fast and secure exchange of files and other sensitive information between the contracting parties in transactions. Customers now experience a state-of-the-art, proprietary user interface that enables seamless document sharing and project collaboration from any device, with the company benefiting from powerful version control, digital rights management, audit and approval history, and email integration capabilities.

Blackadders’ introduction of HighQ promises to improve collaboration and engagement on projects both within the company and with customers. The automated workflow and document automation will increase productivity and efficiency and streamline project management by standardizing and automating time-consuming work processes, the ability to assign work and tasks and collaborate on documents and data with maximum transparency.

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