Leading Australian Law Firm Sparke Helmore Chooses HotDocs
Leading Australian Law Firm Sparke Helmore Chooses HotDocs
  • Kim Min-jee Reporter
  • 승인 2018.03.08 13:33
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SAN DIEGO, March 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HotDocs, an AbacusNext product and market-leading provider of document automation software, today announced that Australian firm Sparke Helmore has selected HotDocs as its document automation tool.

Sparke Helmore Lawyers is a firm with more than 750 people working from eight offices across Australia, serving the needs of the insurance, government, financial services, technology, mining, construction and property sectors. The firm’s expertise spans corporate and commercial to construction, workplace to insurance, IP to IPOs, mining to manufacturing and property to procurement.

Sparke Helmore’s HotDocs solution utilizes the brand new template creation tool, HotDocs Author, and will serve an initial 360 users via the HotDocs Hub user interface for template management and document production. The firm has also chosen to integrate HotDocs with its existing BPM workflow tool via the HotDocs for K2 service broker, creating even greater efficiencies with a joined up business process.

Lee Hodge, IT Director at Sparke Helmore, and Sonja Swansborough, Director of Know-How, selected HotDocs both for its ability to increase document production efficiency through integration with the firm’s core systems, and for the pathways it opens up to further automation opportunities via HotDocs partnerships with key document review platforms.

Gary Eunson, Global Sales Director at HotDocs, commented: “Australia is a key geography for HotDocs and I’m thrilled to welcome another prestigious law firm to the HotDocs family. Operational efficiency is still a critical issue for law firms of all sizes and creating legal documents using our market leading document automation technology provides value not only for the law firm, but for the clients it serves.”

About HotDocs
Since launching in the early 1990s, HotDocs has defined the concept of automated document assembly and has developed technology based on two decades of client feedback, resulting in the most powerful and versatile document automation solution available today. HotDocs is a pioneer and the global market leader, with over one million users in over 11,500 client organizations across more than sixty countries, and is headquartered in Edinburgh, UK.

About AbacusNext
As the largest Technology-as-a-Service (TaaS) provider for the professional services sector, AbacusNext helps legal and accounting professionals achieve ultimate success and peace of mind through the delivery of a complete suite of compliance-ready technology solutions designed to support a secure and cloud-enabled practice at a cost they can afford. Headquartered in San Diego, California, and backed by private investment with Providence Equity, AbacusNext delivers products and services to over 500,000 businesses worldwide.

About Providence Equity
Providence is a premier global asset management firm with $45 billion in assets under management across complementary private equity and credit businesses. Since the firm's inception in 1989, Providence has invested in more than 150 companies and is the leading equity investment firm focused on the media, communications, education, and information industries. Providence is headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island, and has offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, Singapore and New Delhi.


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