Epiq Selects Intapp OnePlace Risk & Compliance to Enhance Client Conflicts Management
PALO ALTO, Calif. — March 4, 2021 — Epiq, a global technology-enabled services leader to the legal industry and corporations, today announced it has adopted Intapp OnePlace Risk & Compliance as part of its ongoing efforts to become a fully cloud-based, connected enterprise. Epiq will use the Conflicts module to streamline automate conflicts clearance, improve efficiency, enhance data hygiene, reduce risk, and centralize its business processes.
Epiq maintains more than 80 offices across North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. As the organization has grown, the volume of manual conflict checks grew with it, surpassing 128 conflict checks every week. Epiq prioritized implementing a cloud-based, purpose-built solution to replace its labor intensive, manual process, and reduce the risk of human error. Epiq selected OnePlace Risk & Compliance, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze data and identify potential conflicts that require manual review, which saves thousands of hours and improves outcomes.
“Automating our business process with a robust, best-in-class solution like OnePlace Risk & Compliance is a critical step in the evolution of Epiq’s Client Conflicts Program,” said Kate Stark, Manager of Conflicts and Compliance at Epiq. “Centralized, cloud-based data isn’t the future; it’s a requirement for success. With Intapp, we’re deploying a smarter, faster, and more accurate approach to our workflow, which helps us continue our pace of growth while ensuring that we continue to deliver world-class service to our internal and external clients.”
Other factors in Epiq’s choice of OnePlace Risk & Compliance as a key component of its digital transformation include the ability for the solution to seamlessly integrate with major enterprise technology platforms, third-party data integrations from partners like Dun & Bradstreet, and the option to implement complementary OnePlace solutions down the line to increase its connected enterprise footprint.
“By reducing the volume of potential conflicts that require manual review by up to 60%, OnePlace Risk & Compliance is a critical driver of operational efficiency and revenue growth for global organizations like Epiq,” said Nigel Riley, General Manager for Risk and Compliance Solutions at Intapp. “We’re thrilled to begin this partnership with an organization that not only understands but is excited by OnePlace Risk & Compliance and its ability to accelerate the journey to becoming a truly connected enterprise.”
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Epiq, a global technology-enabled services leader to the legal industry and corporations, takes on large-scale, increasingly complex tasks for corporate counsel, law firms, and business professionals with efficiency, clarity, and confidence. Clients rely on Epiq to streamline the administration of legal department and business operations, class action and mass tort, eDiscovery, regulatory, compliance, restructuring, and bankruptcy matters. Epiq subject-matter experts and technologies create efficiency through expertise and deliver confidence to high-performing clients around the world. Learn more at www.epiqglobal.com
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