We understand that working on an Arbitration case requires planning and organization. This is particularly important when you need to work with multiple dispersed parties and share documents externally. Arbicomm builds upon the advantages of storing in a central repository, creating a one stop shop for your case from where you can edit, manage and moreover share the data with other parties and the Panel.
On a more granular level, Arbicomm goes to work on the metadata in the background, managing all the notes to each file, tags, checklists, hierarchical relationships between documents and even provides full audit, progress, and user tracking. Arbicomm is easy to use, increases efficiency, and lowers costs.
Case Organization: easily upload and share documents
View documents in your browser and edit in real time
Meta tag on arrival for knowledge management
Spaces for internal and external stakeholders
Intuitive workflow with dashboard reporting
Quickly add new users and monitor progress
Arbicomm permits users to continually integrate new information into ongoing planning and provides a high degree of accountability and defensibility. Further, Arbicomm provides users with workflow automation through checklists, ‘to do’ lists, performance metrics and business planning.
Arbicomm goes a step further than providing you with a secure sharing platform, it also has a knowledge management facet. The data room has a classification system similar to those used in life sciences and library studies, our taxonomy presents case information in a multilevel structure for the purpose of managing content. It is hierarchical and used to organize information so that users can find what they need when they need it. However, unlike traditional classification systems, our taxonomy is fluid. Arbicomm manages the classification system as new information about the case is learned or existing information modified. Our tag management system offers users a robust interface for merging or splitting tags, elevating or demoting categories and generally shuffling the relationships between tags for the purpose of effectively communicating or reporting the information to decision makers.