Assembly Legal ventures into software sector

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Assembly Legal is proud to announce its evolution into Assembly Software.This combines the ambition of a startup with the extensive knowledge of an industry veteran. From its inception, Assembly has aimed to create efficiencies and streamline processes with its products and upheld a strong commitment to the success of law firms.

Assembly their humble beginnings as PINS in 1985 to the creation of Needles and Trialworks, Assembly’s products have led the industry in case management technology and continued to adapt to emerging trends. Now, Assembly is excited to unify its offerings with Neos, which pulls from the amazing capabilities of its legacy products to deliver a reimagined cloud solution.Assembly will continue to redefine the industry by equipping legal teams with efficient and forward-thinking solutions of the highest quality.

Assembly CEO, Daniel Farrar Image:Source

“The past year has been an accelerated path to operational excellence, building bonds with our incredible client base of over 2,500 firms, and making significant capital investments to assure successful sustainability. As a next step in our evolution, I am thrilled to reveal our new brand transformation from Assembly Legal to Assembly Software,” said Assembly CEO, Daniel Farrar. “At Assembly, we are a proud collection of visionaries committed to delivering exceptional technology that enhances workflow efficiency and tangible value creation for our customers. Pioneering practice management solutions for over 35 years has led to the creation of our distinguished cloud-based application, Neos, which embraces evolving trends in the marketplace. Assembly is the silent partner in legal firms, steadfast in delivering smooth connectivity and automated efficiency between our customers and their clients. Welcome to the new Assembly practice management simplified.”

Assembly recognizes that legal tech startups are emerging monthly, yet, as an established leader in legal technology, the organization remains poised to remain an industry-wide trailblazer.When offices had to close in 2020, the legal field took a sharp turn from on-premise case management software to embrace cloud-based platforms. Having a remotely accessible system kept firms efficient, productive, and profitable even during the early days of the pandemic.

“Just in the last months, I have enjoyed watching our team advance the product at a pace that literally no other competitor can match. The product just keeps getting better and better, and I’m proud. It brings me joy to see our team extend legal tech further than ever before and I foresee more of it,” said Rick Cirigliano, Chief Product Officer at Assembly.

Rick Cirigliano, Chief Product Officer at Assembly.Image: Source

Assembly’s product roadmap continues to propel forward, with plans to introduce over 20 new product features over the next quarter alone. Recent innovations include multi-doc generation, enhanced litigation features, and the most advanced intake solution on the market, powered by Neos Intake Pro.

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