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The LexGo app grew during the Covid 19 crisis

June 6, 2020

The LexGo app is a legal tech marketplace where, in a scenario with the Covid 19 crisis, billing, data traffic and the number of employees have increased. This was reported by the Europa Press agency on June 4th.

The crisis of the Covid-19 coronavirus brought up the need for digitization in the area of ​​the economy. Legaltech solutions have also become relevant in the legal area.

Given the article by Euopa Press, The effects of digitization and distance working in the legal field must be taken into account.

The LexGo app grew during the Covid 19 crisisThe LexGo app grew during the Covid 19 crisis

“Teleworking is probably one of the conditions of the year. Those who were still not working remotely were forced to do so due to the restriction. This posed several challenges for the professionals whose operations were not adapted. For this reason, the number of users of video conferencing platforms, the organization of remote work and the digitization of production has skyrocketed, “the publication says.

“”This was a great opportunity for Legaltech, as the LexGo app’s exponential growth shows“They added later, saying that lawyers and other professionals need to get used to working remotely.” Platforms like the LexGo app make this transition easier because they are already optimized to attract clients from the Internet and look for a lawyer online “, they emphasized.

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