HotDocs And K2 Announce Technology Partnership

HotDocs, the global leader in document assembly technology, and K2, an industry leader in business application platforms and solutions, which recently secured more than $100 million in venture capital from Francisco Partners, have today announced a technology partnership that will provide end users with industrial strength BPM and sophisticated document automation as one complete solution.

K2 and HotDocs have mutual customers in and both work across a wide range of sectors, including financial services, legal, insurance, government and corporate. Driving operational efficiency is a key benefit of both HotDocs and K2; together the two technologies will work seamlessly to reduce risk, enhance compliance and generate substantial cost/time savings wherever there is a need for the production of complex documentation as part of a business process workflow.

Graham Penman, Technical Manager EMEA at HotDocs, said: “The HotDocs Service Broker for K2 harnesses the unique K2 SmartObject technology, enabling the inclusion of HotDocs’ powerful document assembly software as part of K2 workflows. For existing and new customers – as well as HotDocs and K2 partners – the integration between the two products offers enormous benefit by providing an off-the-shelf solution for document driven workflow.”

For clients, the integration between the two leading technologies will provide a BPM and document automation hub that require little or no software development to get started. With the two systems working from one data source, duplicate data entry is eliminated – reducing risk and allowing easier management and maintenance of all content. The flexibility in both HotDocs and K2 means that any document output can be profiled to SharePoint, HP Worksite or any other document management system.

Andrew Murphy, Technical Services Director EMEA at K2, commented: “It is great to have such seamless integration between HotDocs and K2. Bringing the power of K2 forms and workflow automation alongside HotDocs enterprise document assembly provides fantastic capability for solving real world business problems through modern business apps.”

To officially launch the integration, K2 and HotDocs are hosting a joint webinar on 15th July to outline the benefits of the HotDocs Service Broker for K2 and demonstrate how the integration works. Anyone interested in attending should visit and register.

About HotDocs

HotDocs is the market leading provider of document automation software, with customers in 50 different countries and a user-base, globally, that exceeds one million. Document automation, or document assembly, transforms frequently used documents and forms into intelligent templates, facilitating a vast reduction in time spent on the production of high volume, repeat documentation.

Widely used within the legal, banking, insurance, public and corporate sectors, HotDocs software also increases accuracy, reduces cost/risk and improves efficiency in the generation of complex, or simple, documentation. The software is available on premise, on desktop or in the cloud and can operate in a standalone capacity or as part of a wider business process management system, such as workflow, document management, CRM or case management systems. For further information, please visit

About K2

K2 is a leading provider of business application platforms and solutions that empower people to build and run business apps, from the very simple to the highly complex, limited only by their imagination. The low code platform allows users to create customized business applications –using workflows and forms–that stretch across roles, departments, and data sources. Understanding the importance of getting the right information to the right people at the right time, K2 allows business users to make smarter, data-driven decisions, fast. In this fast-paced environment, workforces can stay focused on building and growing the business, instead of managing processes.

With its products used across the Fortune 500 and mid-market, K2 currently has more than 1.5 million users in more than 80 countries. For more information, please visit