Buc-ee's Chooses Mitratech's Lawtrac
Convenience store chain will use solution to increase legal staff productivity
Published in CSP Daily News
LAKE JACKSON, Texas -- Convenience store retailerBuc-ee's has chosen Mitratech's Lawtrac product to handle its matter management and spend management needs.
Buc-ee's has 28 large c-stores located across the southcentral United States, some up to 70,000 square feet with 64 gas pumps.
"After careful evaluation and recommendations from our peers in other legal departments, we chose Mitratech's Lawtrac as the solution that will address our needs both today and tomorrow. Lawtrac's matter management and reporting capabilities ensure that all of the data our staff needs will always be at their fingertips," said Lake Jackson, Texas-based Buc-ee's deputy general counsel H. Tracy Richardson. "Out-of-the box and fully configured reporting capabilities will increase our ability to drive better outcomes for the overall business, and the convenience and ease of use of the product will make it easy for our users to adopt."
Mitratech has more than 25 years of experience as an authority in enterprise legal management solutions, including matter management, spend management, contracts management, compliance solutions and legal hold.
"We are thrilled that Buc-ee's has joined our world-class client community of over 230 of the world's best-run legal departments. The flexible, comprehensive and easy-to-implement Lawtrac products are the perfect choice for a legal department looking to move from manual processes to a powerful legal management solution," said Mitratech CEO Jason Parkman.
Austin, Texas-based Mitratech's offerings include the TeamConnect and Lawtrac product platforms, both of which offer end-to-end matter management, e-billing, legal hold, contracts management, entity management and governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions. Mitratech automates legal workflows, improving business outcomes through actionable data and insight, increasing collaboration with external partners and reducing overall legal spend, it said.