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On LawNext: How iManage Is ‘Making Know-how Work’ for Lawful Experts, with CEO Neil Araujo


Apr 3, 2024
On LawNext: How iManage Is ‘Making Knowledge Work’ for Legal Professionals, with CEO Neil Araujo


With the tagline “Making Knowledge Work,” the document management organization iManage is enormously thriving within just the lawful sector, with additional than 4,000 clients across 6 continents, which includes 80% of the Am Legislation 100 and additional than 40% of Fortune 100 corporations. Just past 12 months, it recently reported, it added a lot more than 300 new regulation corporations and corporations as clients.   

But over the 30 years considering the fact that its founding, it hit some pace bumps, of sorts, soon after it went by a sequence of acquisitions that led to its possession by Autonomy and then by Hewlett Packard just after HP obtained Autonomy in 2011. The HP-Autonomy deal famously turned into a fiasco when HP claimed Autonomy had fraudulently inflated its benefit, producing it to write off nearly $8.8 billion of the $11.1 billion obtain price, and the repercussions of that deal keep on to reverberate, with Autonomy’s founder presently on trial in San Francisco for felony fraud charges. 

With iManage, by means of no fault of its own, caught up in that morass, its first founding management crew, led by Neil Araujo, swooped in and purchased back again the enterprise in 2015. It was, Araujo now states, an possibility to reboot and utilize every little thing they had figured out about what to do and what not to do to make a prosperous business. 

Neil Araujo is our guest in this episode, to share the story of how iManage became the results it is nowadays and to give us a preview of what lies in advance on its product and progress roadmap, including its designs for growing its use of generative synthetic intelligence. .

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