Rajah & Tann Asia, a leading full-service legal network in Southeast Asia, announced today the beta launch of ReadyDocs, a platform that enables clients to remotely create, edit, digitally sign and manage contracts from any device at any time.  

ReadyDocs is powered by LegalZoom competitor Zegal – formerly Dragon Law – which has over 1200 documents customised for the legal systems in Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, and the UK. Law firms are given a branded portal and clients can use the platform to generate commercial contracts; entire suites of contracts built as easy-to-follow workflows; or automate their existing contracts and processes.  

Abdul Jabbar, Head of Corporate and Transactional Group of Rajah & Tann Singapore said: “Rajah & Tann is excited to launch this platform as a much-needed solution, especially during this time when remote interactions are becoming the norm and clients need to be able to access their documents on the go.”  

Rajesh Sreenivasan, head of the TMT Practice at Rajah & Tann Singapore adds: “As a firm, we are looking beyond providing legal solutions. We are offering business solutions to help our clients better manage their legal costs by integrating technology with our services. ReadyDocs is one such solution that will empower our clients to take control of their legal workflow.”  

The ReadyDocs platform will target the Singapore market first with plans to quickly roll out to all jurisdictions being served by Rajah & Tann.  

Rajah & Tann is one of the three founder firms of matter synchronisation platform Lupl, which launched in May and is currently in beta: https://legaltechnology.com/lupl-what-it-is-what-it-does-and-what-its-not/