Doxly, the legal transaction management that works with Dentons among others, today (19 June) announced its integration with NetDocuments in a move that will simplify deal workflow for customers of the cloud document management system provider. The new integration creates a direct connection between documents drafted and stored in NetDocuments to the deals they are associated with in Doxly.
Doxly users can now browse and select their documents without leaving the Doxly application. They can also send all final executed documents back to NetDocuments after a deal closes which ensures the preservation of the complete deal history that emails often fail to provide.
“As an innovative cloud-based content management platform, NetDocuments was the perfect choice for our first document management system integration,” said Haley Altman, CEO of Doxly. “Because we are able to use the power of Doxly’s workflow and signature management tools with NetDocuments’ content management capabilities to make it even easier for attorneys to streamline the entire deal process providing more value for clients.”
“This latest Doxly-NetDocuments integration demonstrates how cloud-to-cloud applications can blend together into a seamless and secure user experience without a huge investment in development work,” said Leonard Johnson, NetDocuments’ SVP of Products & Partners. “Our NetDocuments customers are delighted when we continually offer them extended value to their document work experience and especially for transactional lawyers in helping them save time and money.”