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Alex Siryi

Tech writer with 8 years of experience in helping the business audience better understand the complex and ever-shifting world of software development.

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6 articles

Alex Siryi
6th September |
Tech Trends That Are Reshaping The Legal Industry Despite Drawback

Technology is slowly but steadily making its way into the legal industry. Are there any trends most lawyers will be forced to adopt over the course of the next couple of years?

Alex Siryi
3rd September |
Automation In The Legal Industry: Has The Time Come To Change The Status Quo?

Does the incentive to change in the current law industry not as attractive to companies as the benefits of maintaining things ‘as is’? 

Person choosing best legal drafting software
Alex Siryi
19th August |
What’s Under The Hood Of Some Of The Best Document Automation Solutions For Legal Companies?

The new online era has raised a new generation of clients who expect a much more consistent quality of services from law firms. This shift forces lawyers to work smarter, not harder. So how can your law firm save precious time and valuable resources while reducing the risks as well as increasing the accuracy of work?

Process is key in avoiding technical debt
Alex Siryi
29th July |
How to pull your business out of technical debt?

An average developers spends 41.1 hours at work per week. 13.4 out of those are spend on technical debt. Is there a way to be more efficient with the time of your developers and your own resources?

Excel automation is a neccessity
Alex Siryi
16th June |
From Asset to Liability: When Excel Becomes A Bottleneck In Your Business Processes

Excel is one of the most reliable, flexible, and versatile business solutions on the market, but only when used in the right way. And just like you wouldn’t use a screwdriver to hammer in a couple of nails, you should never rely on the wrong tool for a business process.

Alex Siryi
11th May |
Outsourcing IT Functions: Pros and Cons

Over the last twenty years, outsourcing has evolved into a business strategy used by thousands of companies worldwide. The global IT outsourcing market scale is vast: Technavio forecasts it will reach $486.16 billion by 2024. In comparison, the GDP of Norway amounted to $403,3 billion in 2019. 

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