Leading international legal technology reviewer TechnoLawyer gives XpressDox document automation a perfect A+ score
XpressDox is excellent. It is so good that it has earned my very first perfect A+ TechnoScore. It is the most robust document assembly product I have seen.
New York, USA—Leading enterprise document automation system, XpressDox, was recently awarded an A+ Technolawyer review rating.
The independent review was conducted by Matthew Berg, who is the Director of Information Technology at Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, an intellectual property firm in downtown Boston in the United States.
“XpressDox is excellent. It is so good that it has earned my very first perfect A+ TechnoScore (5 out of 5). It's the most robust document assembly product I have seen,” said Berg.
Full Report: TechnoLawyer Review of XpressDox Document Automation
Law firms are constantly looking for ways to increase their profitability. Implementing document automation is without question the single most effective way of achieving that. Document automation allows users to re–use templates and data, so that they can produce documents faster and with fewer errors.
“Some lawyers believe that document automation is only suited for production line–type work, such as property transactions or debt collection. That's not true,” says Chris Pearson, CEO of XpressDox. “In fact, the easiest wins are from automation of general office correspondence since these are the documents that are produced most often,” he added.
XpressDox document automation offers other benefits too. With XpressDox a firm needs only a single letterhead master, which means that changes to the letterhead are quick and easy.
“We are always amazed at how many big law firms send out letters with deceased (or departed) partners still listed in the footer. This is because admin staff invariably copy and paste from old letters which they have stored on their local hard drives.”
“XpressDox is excellent. It is so good that it has earned my very first perfect A+ TechnoScore. It is the most robust document assembly product I have seen.”
Matthew Berg, Director: Information Technology at Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks
Another benefit is that completed documents can be saved to the network automatically ensuring that they are backed up properly. Also, all letters and documents follow the company's corporate image rules, which means that professional and accurate documents are produced every time.