Document Automation and Assembly
What is Document Automation and Assembly?
Document Assembly tools aid the creation of reusable electronic document templates, forms and content modules from existing precedents, forms or user text, and the assembly of completed documents and document packages that combine templates with additional data inputs, often using logic-based processing. Document Automation tools may include Document Drafting and Manipulation Tools.
Top Products in Document Automation and Assembly
On LawNext Podcast: Documate Founder Dorna Moini on Rebranding As Gavel and How Law Firms Can Productize their Legal Services
Last week, Documate, the no-code document automation platform, rebranded as Gavel, a move designed to better reflect the company’s mission to become the platform of choice for legal professionals and legal organizations wanting to “productize” the delivery of legal services by packaging services as online legal products. Gavel founder and CEO Dorna Moini joins LawNext this week to discuss...
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Documate rebrands to Gavel and brings in Pierre Martin as CTO
San Francisco-headquartered document automation vendor Documate has rebranded to Gavel and hired chief technology officer Pierre Martin, who until 2019 was head of engineering for Amazon Prime Video. Gavel is ... Documate rebrands to Gavel and brings in Pierre Martin as CTO Read More » The post Documate rebrands to Gavel and brings in Pierre...
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Documate Rebrands As Gavel As It Expands Beyond Document Automation Into Providing A Platform for Building Online Legal Products
Documate, a company whose no-code automation platform is used by law firms and legal organizations to automate the creation of legal documents, is rebranding under a new name, Gavel, to better reflect its continuing expansion into serving as the platform on which law firms, legal organizations, and legal tech startups can build online legal products....
A Mechanical Keyboard Designed for Lawyers
For many writers, programmers, and gamers, there is no substitute for a mechanical keyboard. With mechanical switches under each key, mechanical keyboards are more tactile and durable than other laptop and desktop keyboards, which can translate to a more enjoyable typing experience. Until now, however, there has not been a mechanical keyboard designed expressly for...
LawNext Podcast: Dan Hauck, Chief Product Officer at NetDocuments, On the Company’s Product Strategy and Roadmap
Over seven years as a litigator of complex commercial and antitrust cases, Dan Hauck had become frustrated over how difficult it was for legal teams to collaborate around matters. In 2014, he left his law firm, Bryan Cave, to start ThreadKM, a matter-centric legal collaboration platform. As the product evolved, it developed integrations with the document management...
Exclusive: Filevine to Publish Its .vine Spec and Open API By Year End; I Get A Demo of the Document Format
Earlier this month, the practice management company Filevine announced that, as part of a new document assembly feature, it had developed a proprietary document format, “.vine,” that it said would replace Microsoft Word and Google Docs in the legal industry. (See, Say What? Filevine Introduces Proprietary Document Format to ‘Become the New Standard in the Legal...
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US & UK: No-code platform Kim hires associate director of software development and senior implementation consultant
No-code SaaS document generation and workflow platform Kim continues to grow with the hire of Suman Karamched as associate director of software development in its new Atlanta office, a week ... US & UK: No-code platform Kim hires associate director of software development and senior implementation consultant Read More » The post US & UK:...
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LawNext Podcast: NetDocuments CEO Josh Baxter and CTO Alvin Tedjamulia on Success in the Cloud
Last week, the cloud-based content management company NetDocuments was in Denver for its annual three-day Inspire 2022 conference for customers and partners. As it happens, I was there also, where I sat down for an exclusive live interview with the company’s two top executives, Josh Baxter, who has been CEO since 2018, and Alvin Tedjamulia, one of the company’s...
Say What? Filevine Introduces Proprietary Document Format to ‘Become the New Standard in the Legal Industry’
In news that had me checking my calendar to see if it is April 1, the practice management company Filevine says that, as part of a new Document Assembly feature, it has developed a proprietary document format, “.vine,” that it believes will replace Microsoft Word and Google Docs in the legal industry. “We believe that...
In Expansion of Business Model, SixFifty Launches New Line of A La Carte Automated Business Documents for Small to Medium Companies
With its release today of a new line of automated business documents for small- and medium-sized businesses, SixFifty is making three notable changes to what has been its business model to date. For one, it is expanding into corporate and commercial documents after previously focusing its automation technology on privacy, employment and pro bono documents....
How Law Firms Can Win With Document Automation and the Productization of Legal Services
From : Blog Entry >> Matthew’s Blog EntryPlease enjoy this blog post co-authored by Matt Miller, VP of Product, Litera Microsystems, Matt James, Sr. Director of Evangelists & Sales Engineers, Litera Microsystems and Sherry Kappel, Litera Evangelist, Litera Microsystems. The market for legal services has been tightening for years. Alternative legal service providers (ALSPs) have...