AdvoLogix, a leading provider of cloud-based law practice and legal matter management solutions, today announced integration with HotDocs document automation software. The integration allows law firms and legal teams to cohesively “plug and play” the two industry leading technologies. The power of the HotDocs interview, assembly and template services are integrated with AdvoLogix data and workflows for best-of-breed document automation.
“Our integration with HotDocs provides an end-to-end cloud-based document assembly experience,” said Steve Stockstill, AdvoLogix's Vice President of Product Development. “HotDocs interviews are natively hosted within AdvoLogix or HotDocs document assembly can be initiated automatically through AdvoLogix business process automation. Either method allows the two applications to seamlessly work together, in context with the user and their business workflow.”
HotDocs allows law firms and corporate legal departments to automate the generation of transactional legal documents, including standard correspondence, complex wills, trusts, and contracts. HotDocs reduces the time it takes to generate documents and improves the quality of legal documents by minimizing the likelihood of human error.
Steve Spratt, Chief Operating Officer at HotDocs, said, “HotDocs includes robust, industry standard APIs to ensure integration with other solutions is as seamless as possible. Connecting with AdvoLogix to provide document automation and matter management as one solution allows the automatic creation of legal documents as part of business workflow, bringing greater efficiency and accuracy to the law firms and legal teams using the combined solution.”
Both AdvoLogix and HotDocs are recognized as leaders in their own domains. AdvoLogix was one of the first legal matter management solutions built from inception in the modern cloud environment and is employed by thousands of legal practitioners worldwide. HotDocs is the pioneer and market leader for document automation, with over one million users in 11,000 organizations across more than 60 countries.