KPIS - Legal Suite
The KPI software developed by Legal Suite allows users to monitor and report on the major series of key indicators for measuring legal performance and service quality. For your senior management, it reports on your legal performance, informs of risks and financial issues, and provides information for strategic decisions. For your team and other departments, it measures the service provided, summarizes the volumes processed, and unites your employees around measurable progress goals.


  • Legal risk management.
  • Monitoring of service providers and legal records.
  • Operating budgets of legal activities.
  • Organization of the legal activity within the company.

The KPIs software developed by Legal Suite is particularly popular among large companies or in-house counsels dealing with large volumes of deals and contracts.

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