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Collaboration and communication for law firms and auditors

With Stackfield, lawyers work together on documents, manage projects and tasks in teams, and exchange messages and files in real time.
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Secure Collaboration in law firms

A law firm is a carrier of highly sensitive data and therefore has to protect it. This is what the law requires: Revised in 2017, § 203 of the German Penal Code is directed at professional secrecy holders such as attorneys, notaries or tax consultants and commits them to the unrestricted protection of information. A violation can have serious consequences and result in both fines and imprisonment.

Designed to meet the highest standard of data privacy, Stackfield complies with legal requirements by providing secure end-to-end encryption of all information.

Encrypted communication in all channels

From the first qualified assessment to the planning of court proceedings – lawyers benefit from communicating with colleagues from other law departments, broadening their own perspectives.

In the team chat, members can swap ideas quickly and directly relate their messages by uploading respective files. The end-to-end encryption offers security according to the highest standards.

Tasks and projects for more transparency

Stackfield supports you in managing a wide range of tasks. The simple assignment of individual tasks creates a well-organized work system that leaves no room for ambiguity.

The clearly arranged Kanban Board keeps the current status of the tasks visible for all participants and it also increases the productivity of the employees by visualizing the internal work process.

Approvals and individual workflows

Individually designed approval workflows help to complete tasks systematically. For example, you can specify that certain files require approval or that processed tasks should receive a certain status (for further processing by another person) in the next step.

Certain rights groups can be obligated to first hand over completed tasks to the person in charge before he or she can mark them "Done".

End-to-end encryption for highest security standards

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