Envoy joins the ranks of LexisNexis, Everlaw, GravityStack as an agent of change in the legal industry
Envoy Global has been named as a 2021 “Legal Technology Trailblazer” by The National Law Journal (NLJ). The Trailblazer series identifies and highlights the most innovative companies leading the way to advance the legal industry through technology.
The award recognizes the Envoy 4.0 platform, the latest iteration of our technology that empowers HR teams to manage immigration holistically. Through sophisticated but easy-to-use interfaces and automation, Envoy’s platform makes completing the visa application process more streamlined for both HR users and sponsored employees and improves communication between stakeholders.
“We believe in the consumerization of technology, and Envoy is designed to be extremely user-friendly to attorneys, HR professionals and foreign nationals,” Envoy Chief Technology Officer Mahi Inampudi said. “The platform advances the visa application process into the 21st century.”
In addition, for many U.S. consulates and government offices, Envoy’s platform has enabled the visa application process to continue during the COVID-19 pandemic by digitizing case preparation and submission.
With this distinction, Envoy joins the ranks of other innovative companies in the legal technology field, including EverLaw, GravityStack, Hewlett-Packard, LexisNexis and Litify.
“We’re honored to be recognized alongside a number of innovative companies advancing the legal industry,” said CEO Dick Burke. “Our inclusion on this prestigious list is a testament to what we’ve accomplished as a company over the past year and the value that we’ve provided to our customers and their employees.”
We’d like to congratulate all of this year’s winners and extend our gratitude to our customers for their continued support. To see the complete list of this year’s Legal Technology Trailblazers, head to The National Law Journal website.
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