Zero Integration with Intapp to Be Featured at Intapp Connect19

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New integration enables unprecedented automated time capture of billable interactions with client email on mobile devices, and direct entry of detailed time narratives into Intapp Time

LOS GATOS, Calif. - April 17, 2019 - eTradeWire -- Zero (http://www.zeroapp.ai), provider of the industry's most innovative artificial intelligence email management solution, today announced it will be demonstrating its integration with Intapp Time on stage today at 11:20am ET in the Julliard room at Intapp Connect19 (https://connectny2019.splashthat.com/), New York April 17–18 at Grand Hyatt Central Station. Zero is the only AI-powered technology to automate passive, instant capture of billable interactions with client email on mobile devices, a primary billable activity of attorneys who must frequently work away from their desktops. The integration means that attorneys using the Intapp platform can automatically capture billable work from their mobile devices and populate contemporaneous time entries in Intapp Time without taking additional steps or consuming administrative resources.

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"Until recently, time entry systems for the legal profession have failed to accommodate real-world workflows of attorneys, which increasingly rely on the flexibility and convenience of mobile devices," said Ryan Steadman, CRO at ZERO. "Zero dramatically reduces the cognitive and administrative 'drag' that comes with the timekeeping and filing chores that constantly distract attorneys from substantive legal work. Our solution to this problem is simple and elegant, ensuring these non-billable administrative chores are completed instantly and accurately, and allowing attorneys to keep their focus on creating value for their clients.

The integration with Intapp Time comes on the heels of Zero integrations with many of the leading time entry platforms in the industry, including Bellefield, Carpe Diem, Elite and Aderant. With the new integration, users simply log into Intapp from the Zero app, open an email or email conversation, and Zero automatically begins recording user activity. Zero identifies the matter each email pertains to and the conversation topic, and records the time the user consumes reading individual emails, composing replies, composing new emails and reading attachments. Zero then automatically generates a detailed time capture narrative and sends it to Intapp, grouping time captures by email subject and grouping conversations with a unique ID number.

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In addition to automating time capture and time entry narratives, Zero's AI technology automatically files emails with unparalleled accuracy and efficiency into a firm's DMS.  The AI-powered time capture feature automatically identifies the associated matter—including correctly identifying matters for clients with multiple matters—creates an accurate narrative and feeds these time records directly into the firm's time entry system for review, edit and posting.

For more information about Zero's Intapp integration or its presence at Intapp Connect19, or to schedule a private demo, please visit the website: https://www.zeroapp.ai/request-demo.

About Zero

Zero is the industry's only mobile-first, artificial intelligence technology for email management.  Zero both wins time and finds new revenue for lawyers and law firms.  Zero's AI technology automatically files emails with unparalleled accuracy and efficiency into iManage, NetDocuments and OpenText document management systems; is the only application to automatically capture billable time for interacting with client email on a mobile device; and includes a set of email productivity tools for lawyers such as wrong recipient detection that improve compliance and an additional variety of smart features that allow customers to process and analyze large volumes of email faster and more accurately than any other mobile email client.

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