Lindon, UT and Edinburgh, Scotland Oct 10, 2011 –HotDocs Corporation, the global leader in automated document generation, announced today that it has closed a software licensing deal with the Executive Office for US Attorneys, a liaison organization between the US Department of Justice and the 94 individual US Attorneys Offices. The deal includes a HotDocs Developer license for each of the 94 US Attorneys offices, 15,000 HotDocs User licenses, and technical integration services. HotDocs software will be used by the US Attorneys primarily in regard to litigation matters.
“In the past, HotDocs has been used regionally by some of the US Attorneys offices,” commented Leonard DuCharme, Chief Strategy Officer for HotDocs Corporation.This deal enables all of the staff for all of the US Attorneys Offices to have access to HotDocs. We are thrilled to see our technology being deployed on such a broad scale by a critical component of the US DOJ.
The HotDocs software suite includes a development engine (designed to allow businesses and government agencies alike to transform standard word processing documents and graphical forms into powerful software programs called templates) and various deployment, including HotDocs User, which allows end users to run HotDocs templates, and HotDocs Server, the company’s solution for cloud-based delivery of HotDocs templates.
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HotDocs Corporation is the recognized market leader in document automation and assembly software, serving over 1,000,000 users worldwide, including 80% of the Am Law 200, 20% of the Fortune 500, and firms, corporations, and government agencies of all sizes. Having pioneered the concept of automated document generation in the late 1970s, HotDocs Corporation is now a wholly owned subsidiary of HotDocs Ltd.
About the United States Attorneys
The United States Attorneys serve as the nation’s principal litigators under the direction of the Attorney General. There are 94 United States Attorneys stationed throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands. United States Attorneys are appointed by, and serve at the discretion of, the President of the United States, with the advice and consent of the United States Senate. One United States Attorney is assigned to each of the judicial districts, with the exception of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, where a single United States Attorney serves in both districts. Each United States Attorney is the chief federal law enforcement officer of the United States within his or her particular jurisdiction.
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