Cases

 

Read about our customer stories and cases that showcase the T4 program and Organizing4Innovation.

 

Creating a win-win

In this ILTA podcast, Mayna Felix of  RMS Advogados highlights how she, as a practicing attorney was convinced to get involved in an innovation project, what support was provided to help her succeed, and what she did to solve her own problem. The end result was a win for the Mayna and a win for RMS Advogados. She learned about the business of law and solved the communication challenge in her team, which led to the firm-wide adoption of Microsoft Teams.

Set up for success

Listen to how McInnes Cooper shifted from spending to investing in legal technology. Two of their legal tech teams were set up for success by the T4 program but in very different ways. One team used the T4 program to create a strong business case and receive finance approval in only a few weeks. The other team thought it was best to create lessons learned, a few weeks into their innovation journey.

Having impact

Dr. Aaron Martin is a pediatric urologist at Children’s Hospital New Orleans. For his Urology patients, Dr Martin had already set up telemedicine visits. He was looking for ways to expand these services to all specialties, including prenatal care. Then the coronavirus crisis happened. The team was able to quickly increase from 30 clinicians to nearly 200 undertaking virtual visits and from 250 virtual visits per month to 250 virtual visits per day, thanks to the prenatal telemedicine framework established and delivered as part of the T4 program.

Saving time and money

A patent attorney was on the lookout for ways to attract new clients and increase his revenues. By participating in the T4 program, he realized within a month that his idea to adopt new AI-driven software was not the solution. It would require a major practice overhaul which he was not (yet) willing to make. The T4 program helped this patent lawyer to avoid wasting time and money by timely stopping his innovation project.

Generating new revenue

Technolution BV – an independent system integrator for traffic management systems – won a six-figure contract as a result of an innovation venture that at first seemed unfeasible, given that the initial estimates showed it would take eight years to create a positive return.

Creating a culture for innovation

Giulietta Marani, an ICTU IT advisor, saw that blockchain technology, big data, cyber, and a variety of other technologies perplexed several parts of the Dutch government - their primary client. She envisioned how ICTU could help Dutch government agencies by creating an inspiration lab – a collaborative environment to test out these new technologies. How to make that happen was the question. Transparency about metrics and clarity about the outcomes helped Giulietta to set up the inspiration lab and create a positive return on investment.