In April 2022, Intellias, a global technology partner to top-tier organizations, and Chambers and Partners, a leading research company, celebrated two years of successful partnership and announced strategic plans for future cooperation.
The companies joined their efforts to advance each other’s capabilities and expertise to deliver unbeatable solutions and services. Chambers and Partners is an independent research organization operating across 200 jurisdictions and providing insight-packed rankings to legal services providers. With its focus on innovation and growth mindset, the company continuously seeks digital advancements and invests in future-proof platforms that would provide data-driven insights to end clients. Intellias brings its technology excellence to help Chambers and Partners accelerate digitalization at scale.
Over two years, Intellias and Chambers and Partners co-developed several strategic projects aimed at bringing customer experience to a whole new level. Intellias helped implement critical features from customer information portal and My Account features to continuous rankings and enhanced profile proposition for Chambers’ end clients — the world’s leading lawyers and elite law firms.
With Intellias support we have been able to rapidly scale our development capability, accelerating our product development ambitions, and enabling us to quickly deliver new and enhanced propositions and experiences for our clients.
Within this partnership, Intellias empowers Chambers and Partners to achieve their business objectives of becoming a fully digitalized company and delivering greater value to customers. Long-lasting relationships are what both companies target, committing to bringing leading-edge products to market.
We are delighted to help Chambers and Partners reach their long-term business goals and bring an outstanding experience to their end clients. With Intellias extensive tech capabilities and expertise, we believe that Chambers and Partners will continuously innovate its product portfolio and retain leadership in the legal research domain.