Interview with Karl Chapman, director Kim Technologies
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Karl is a director at Kim Technologies. Kim is a Knowledge Automation and Workflow Platform applicable to all sectors and functions. Through its no-code configuration model Kim enables knowledge workers to take control of their critical business processes to improve decision making, speed and effectiveness. Kim does this utilizing its patent pending artificial intelligence, assimilation and data management capabilities.

Karl is Strategic Adviser at EY Riverview Law and has a long pedigree in starting, growing and managing successful companies. 

In 1987 was Money Observer’s top-performing UK unit trust fund manager. In 1989 he set up CRT Group plc which grew to a market capitalisation of over £600 million. In 1996 CRT sold 50.1% of its equity for £109 million to Knowledge Universe, a private US-based company.

In 1999 Karl left CRT and set up AdviserPlus Business Solutions in 2001. He remained as owner and non-executive until its sale in 2016.

Karl Chapman joined Riverview Law, a legal services business, as Chief Executive in 2011 following its creation by AdviserPlus. Riverview Law was acquired by EY in August 2018 and Karl is a Strategic Adviser to the company.

In this episode Karl discusses digitisation, how legal has been a relative outlier, how companies are consolidating their IT and tech stack, leading to a rise of the platforms, and no code or low code solutions. 

He believes there are three no regrets decisions as companies move through the change curve:

  1. intake/allocation management to focus efforts on higher value work
  2. self serve
  3. outside counsel management

Tune in to find out more.

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