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During a recent discussion with the team at SirionLabs and a select group of leaders in legal operations in highly-regulated organizations, several key themes emerged that are likely to drive new initiatives in 2023. In the uncertain economy that is characterizing the first quarter of the year, for example, there remains a significant emphasis on demonstrating value to secure new resources. Automation is also a meaningful objective and the overarching pursuit of process improvement is influencing technology deployment for many, particularly for those focused on efficiency gains in a resource-constrained environment. And of course, many positions on returning to the office remain fluid.
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