Congrats to the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) for the announcement of a new partnership with Legaltech Hub! A portion of the press release is below, the full press release is available here.
ILTA Announces Partnership with Legaltech Hub
ILTA is pleased to announce a new member and business partner benefit via a partnership with Legaltech Hub. With this new partnership, ILTA members will have free access to an integrated directory featuring over 2,000 legal technology products and services, together with a powerful search tool and filters to help members find the solutions that will best meet their legal technology needs.
Legaltech Hub, co-founded by Nicola (Nikki) Shaver and Jeroen Plink, was launched in October 2020. Shaver, CEO of Legaltech Hub, states “I have always been a huge supporter of ILTA’s, and I’m delighted that Legaltech Hub will be able to work together with ILTA on initiatives that will benefit the members of both organizations.”
ILTA CEO Joy Heath Rush believes “The legal technology marketplace has never been more dynamic. Having access to Legaltech Hub’s robust directory, taxonomy, and search will allow our members to find the providers that best fit their rapidly evolving needs. We are excited to launch this together!”
This collaboration, which closely aligns to ILTA’s strategic plan, demonstrates the power of partnering for success. More information on this evolving partnership will be shared in the coming days.
It will be interesting to see what that will mean in terms of cross-promotion, especially at ILTACON. I love the idea of what Legaltech Hub has the potential to offer in terms of information about legal tech products and services. The key (as always) will be the extent and currency of the information within the platform – getting that comprehensive and keeping it current is always the biggest challenge.
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