Eisya A. Eloksari (The Jakarta Post)
Mon, July 19, 2021
Legal services were once perceived as expensive and complicated to come by. Now, there is a growing number of apps to simplify the process in a burgeoning industry called legal technology, and industry players see ample room for further growth.
Indonesian Regtech and Legaltech Association (IRLA) chairman Marshall Priadi said the industry had begun to bloom in Indonesia over the last couple of years, as legal tech was a supporting system for larger digital economy segments like fintech and e-commerce.
“In the next five years, I believe, this industry will be trending. It will have even more solutions for different segments,” he told The Jakarta Post on Friday.
In Indonesia, Marshall said, most legal tech firms focused on small and medium enterprises (SMEs), while elsewhere, legal tech was already catering to corporate needs, such as…
to Read Full Story
Starting from IDR 55,000/month
- Unlimited access to our web and app content
- e-Post daily digital newspaper
- No advertisements, no interruptions
- Privileged access to our events and programs
- Subscription to our newsletters