Sysero Teams Up with PSA Consulting to Deliver Knowledge Automation Across the Nordics

Sysero has announced it has partnered with PSA Consulting, a professional services automation consultancy, to provide on-site support, implementation and business services to legal clients across the Nordics.

PSA Consulting, which is based in Oslo, Norway, offers expert-level consulting services and industry-based software solutions to leading professional services organisations in the Nordics. The firm specialises in optimising processes through workflows and integrating data from core legal technology systems.

The strategic partnership will see PSA Consulting providing implementation, support and integration services to Sysero clients in Norway, Denmark, Finland and Sweden.

“We’re very much focused on improving the value we provide to our Nordic clients, and our partnership with PSA Consulting will provide our clients with local, on-site implementation, support and integration expertise,” said Phil Ayton, Director of Sysero. “We’re excited to join forces with PSA Consulting to help take our Nordic clients to the next level, and uncover new ways to further improve their working practices using Sysero’s technology.”

PSA Consulting will strengthen Sysero’s current presence in the Nordics, helping to expand its reach in the region with localised support. Sysero will join PSA Consulting’s suite of productivity-focused legal solutions, which currently include iManage, DocsCorp and Deltek Maconomy.

“Automation and workflow technology is increasingly key to driving productivity in today’s law firm, which is something Sysero has been at the forefront of helping its client base achieve,” explained Martin Flatsetø, Managing Partner at PSA Consulting. “Sysero offers a truly unique way of approaching knowledge within the law firm, and we’re delighted to now be able to leverage this unique technology to help law firms across the Nordics drive greater efficiency, quality and service across their firms.”

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