IowaDocs Is Now Published On HotDocs Market
Iowa State Bar Association (ISBA) makes its renowned IowaDocs product accessible through HotDocs’ new online publishing platform…
Lindon, Utah and Edinburgh, UK – HotDocs Market, the innovative new virtual marketplace from the document assembly experts at HotDocs, is now a platform for the distribution of IowaDocs automated legal content. Offered to Iowa State Bar Association’s members, IowaDocs is a library consisting of hundreds of legal documents, automated with HotDocs to create intelligent templates where the user answers questions to create customized documents based on the responses. This member-only service saves time, effort and cost in the production of documents and forms. The documents and forms cover a range of practice areas such as business law, civil litigation, family law and employment law and were available only on CD prior to distribution on HotDocs market.
Harry Shipley, Assistant Executive Director for the Iowa State Bar Association, said: “Making IowaDocs available on HotDocs Market represents ISBA’s commitment to offering our members access to the latest technologies, aimed at improving practice management, generating workflow efficiencies and delivering value for their clients. HotDocs Market offers the perfect platform for issuing our automated IowaDocs content over the cloud.”
Jonathan Hoy, Director – Publishing Partnerships at HotDocs, concluded: “We are very pleased to welcome IowaDocs as one of the first product sets to be published on HotDocs Market. As with other early publishers to HotDocs Market, the Iowa State Bar Association quickly recognized the benefits of this approach for distributing their content; vastly reducing the cost base and time required to issue updates. For subscribers, the cloud-based service means that they will always have the most up-to-date versions and will be able to access their accounts and produce documentation from anywhere – effectively giving them with more time for clients and other areas of their business.”