#ILTACON19 NEWSWIRE: AbacusNext to Showcase HotDocs at ILTACON 2019
AbacusNext®, the leading technology provider for the legal and accounting professions, announces the company will be exhibiting at ILTACON 2019, August 18-22 at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. ILTACON is the premier legal technology conference for professionals driving legal operations strategies for today’s transforming legal industry.
HotDocs allows attorneys and legal staff to convert frequently used documents and forms into ready-to-use templates and to automatically generate new contracts, agreements, legal retainers, wills, trusts, pleadings, letters and court submittals – virtually any business or legal document – in a fraction of the time it would take to manually create a new document.
“It’s an exciting time for HotDocs,” says Gary Lessels, general manager for HotDocs. “Our SaaS hosted document automation platform is experiencing rapid global growth, as business and legal operations move to the cloud. HotDocs has been selected by a growing number of court systems, state and national governments and industry associations, accelerating the acceptance of HotDocs as an industry-standard platform for document automation.” As examples Lessels offered:
• In a first of its kind agreement with China Going Global Think Tank, HotDocs’ document automation technology will power the docQbot bilingual contract drafting tool to aid organizations conducting international business with Chinese entities.
• HotDocs software was selected as a preapproved document assembly solution under the government of Singapore Tech-celerate for Law funding initiative.
Attendees are invited to meet with HotDocs representatives at Booth #318 at ILTACON to learn more about document automation and how it can increase efficiencies, reduce costs and help offer personalized service to your clients while reducing administrative risk and cost. To schedule a meeting in advance, contact AbacusNext at [email protected] or visit the company website at www.abacusnext.com/iltacon.
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