"In the last year, the jump that has given artificial intelligence is spectacular," says Faus. And it has launched in Spain vLex Analytics, a tool that "from the analysis of sentences and the data of the courts, extracts patterns and allows to foresee for example deadlines and probabilities of success". The product is focused, among others, on financial or insurance companies, explains Ferran Sala, general director in Spain.
"Growth will come from being a relevant player in the Anglo-Saxon world," deploying all the tools. Recently vLex has taken a stake in the Canadian Compass. In the United States, it has reached a strategic agreement with Premonition, "leader in legal analytics, the world's largest litigation database, greater than LexisNexis, Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg together," says Faus.