Lexzur Announces the Appointment of New Chief Channel Management Officer, Matthew Coughlan 

Lexzur Announces the Appointment of New Chief Channel Management Officer, Matthew Coughlan 



      • Lexzur appoints Matthew Coughlan as Chief Channel Management Officer to drive AI expansion and European growth with his 25+ years of experience.  
      • Coughlan’s role to boost Lexzur’s legal-tech innovation, leveraging his expertise in DevOps and agile methodologies for broader market penetration. 

    New York, February 12, 2024 – Lexzur, a pioneering legal-tech company recently rebranded from App4Legal, with a focus on AI and expanding its European presence, is thrilled to announce the addition of Matthew Coughlan as its new Chief Channel Management Officer. Matthew brings over 25 years of expertise in channel sales, digital transformation, and leadership, most recently managing GitLab’s and Atlassian’s EMEA channel sales.

    In his new role, Matthew will leverage his vast experience to drive Lexzur’s channel strategy, focusing on innovative business solutions that align with the company’s vision of Efficiency Amplified. His expertise in DevOps, ITSM, ITIL, and Application Lifecycle Management, combined with a strong background in agile methodologies, positions him to significantly contribute to Lexzur’s growth and expansion across new markets. 

    Feras El Hajjar, CEO of Lexzur, commented, “Matthew’s appointment comes at a crucial time as Lexzur continues to expand its reach and redefine the legal-tech landscape. His exceptional track record in channel sales and his visionary approach to digital transformation are invaluable assets that will propel us towards achieving our strategic goals. We are excited to welcome Matthew to our team and look forward to his leadership in driving our channel management efforts.” 

    Matthew Coughlan, incoming Chief Channel Management Officer at Lexzur, said, “Joining Lexzur is a tremendous opportunity to be at the forefront of legal-tech innovation, especially at a time when the company is making significant strides in AI and expanding into new European markets. I am eager to contribute to Lexzur’s mission of delivering efficiency and cutting-edge solutions to legal professionals and beyond. Together, we will forge new partnerships and explore new avenues for growth, keeping Lexzur at the pinnacle of legal-tech innovation.” 

    Matthew’s strategic vision for channel management and his commitment to excellence are aligned with Lexzur’s objectives of delivering dynamic AI-powered solutions not only to legal teams but also to Procurement, HR, Sales, and more. Under his guidance, Lexzur is set to enhance its position as a leader in Legal Practice Management and Document Automation, serving an ever-growing number of organizations worldwide. 

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    About Lexzur 

    Lexzur, formerly known as App4Legal, is at the forefront of providing Legal Practice Management, Contract Lifecycle Management, and Document Automation solutions. Dedicated to innovation, flexibility, and exceptional customer support, Lexzur is revolutionizing legal-tech with its broad range of solutions tailored for diverse professional needs. 

    The Lexzur suite, featuring Lexzur Core and Contra, encompasses essential tools like Case and Matter Management, CRM, Task Automation, Time Tracking, Billing, and CLM. Designed for global accessibility, it supports various languages, currencies, and works on multiple devices and systems, offering cloud, Private SaaS, and on-premises options, plus over 5000 marketplace integrations. 

    As a distinguished entity in Legal Practice Management and Contract Lifecycle Management, Lexzur is highly rated on Gartner Capterra and similar platforms. It boasts remarkable growth, serving over 1,600 clients across 67 countries, including sectors like banking, telecommunications, airlines, and government, highlighting its wide-reaching impact and leadership in the field. most recently managing GitLab’s and Atlassian’s EMEA channel sales.