The increasing popularity of mobile devices and the rise of cellular data has effectively resulted in mobile business. And, by mobile business, we don’t mean fast food vans and roving dog grooming parlours. Thanks to the global connectivity we are currently experiencing, it is possible to access information from almost anywhere in the world, whenever you need it. And, thanks to legal information services, the field of law is no exception.
With all the technological advances, the transformation phase might be difficult for some businesses to adapt to. As mentioned, the fact that people can conduct business meetings and broker deals from restaurants, coffee shops, and airport terminals means that the sheer pace of modern business has increased exponentially. Any business that doesn’t adapt to these changes risks being left behind.
Fortunately, legal information systems mean that businesses which need to cross reference legal information on the spot are able to do so. But, how accessible are these legal information services, and how are they utilised?
A Closer Look at Legal Information Services
Over the past 30 years, our commitment to facilitating access to information has seen us flourish from providing purely library support services – central platforms for collaboration and resource sharing among libraries – to offering customised information-centric services for libraries, corporates, small businesses, students, the media and researchers
Our legal information systems encompass a wide range of offerings, including current and historical legislation, citation references, news articles, journals and publications. These documents are widely accessed by a variety of users, both public and private. But, even more remarkable than the scope of this resource is its ease of access.
With regards to the accessibility of the legal documents available from this particular South African legal information platform we would have to say that the term ‘easy’ still doesn’t fully describe it.
Being fully digital, our legal information is never further away than the touch of a screen. Compliance and law-based decisions don’t need to be put off; they can be researched on the spot, on any computer or mobile device with internet access.
Through Sabinet, a user can access a massive database of various documents on the spot. And, importantly, this database is broad. Updated frequently, the latest information to be published in the legal field is readily available to users. And, if past precedents are relevant to the search, users can access historical information dating back over a century.
So, if you need to bring ease and speed to your legal referencing, this is the kind of legal information institute you need. Fortunately, you’ve come to the right place. To ensure that your business can compete in the fast-paced digital age, contact Sabinet today!