The Document Automation Blog
The million-dollar question indeed…this blog post talks about why businesses of all sizes need a Document Automation consultant, whether they’re already using Document Automation or not. It illustrates four different scenarios around challenges your company might be facing, and how a Document Automation consultancy company can help with all of these and a lot more. The post also addresses those who think Document Automation is not for them and outlines why this may not be the case.
DocGovern has expanded its technology partner portfolio with Avvoka. Founded in 2015, Avvoka is a document automation, negotiation and analysis platform designed to help law firms, in-house legal teams and businesses draft documents, negotiate them, and leverage data insights from that process. Gary Lessels, DocGovern’s Managing Director said, “Their next generation technology delivers a new approach to Document Automation and we are very much looking forward to working alongside them.”
If you’re a small business you may have read or heard about Document Automation and how it could save you a significant amount of time and money…but, before you even contemplate a new expense, this blog post takes a look at the basics. Questions such as, ‘What exactly is Document Automation?’, ‘As a small business, how can it help me?’ and, ‘How can Document Automation be beneficial for me if I don’t create that many documents?’ This post answers these questions and gives you some suggestions towards your next steps.
This graphic outlines six questions to ask yourself if you’re thinking about Document Automation and if or how it could help your business. Questions such as, is document accuracy ‘mission critical’ in your organisation? or, do you spend a significant amount of time drafting and creating any form of document? Take a look and if you answer ‘yes’ to one or more of them, you may want to give us a call!
This infographic illustrates some key stats from the recent market research carried out by DocGovern investigating Document Automation and its impact on Remote Working. The results have been published in a White Paper and top takeaways include, an analysis of how Document Automation could help businesses operate more effectively during the current COVID-19 climate, and how Document Automation can facilitate operational effectiveness.
This White Paper presents the results of research carried out by DocGovern, covering areas such as limitations of Document Automation platforms, the value of Document Automation, Document Automation & Remote Working, and how Document Automation aligns with Business Transformation priorities. As remote working becomes the norm, can a Document Automation solution help or hinder?
As a business, we’re acutely aware of the level of change that’s going on in this current climate, and we spend much of our time looking to see how we can help our Clients alleviate their own challenges. These are typically the same fundamental hurdles – do more with less and be more agile than they have ever been before. This post discussed how we can complement these commercial considerations and support our Clients to help them do more with less.
Last week, our Chief Technology Officer presented a webinar on how the Real Estate sector could save time and money creating property brochures or valuation reports, without the need for expensive publishing tools. As we were putting together the webinar presentation, it occurred to us that the functionality in the software we were demonstrating on the webinar, would be applicable, and also beneficial, not only for the real estate sector.
DocGovern’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO) George Steven, will be one of the speakers at ILTA>ON 2020 – the premier educational and networking event for the legal sector. Taking place from 24 – 28th August 2020, this five-day virtual conference offers comprehensive peer-driven programs, educational content, and face-to-face virtual networking. Industry experts and the legal community collaborate to discuss today’s transforming legal industry.
This post focuses on the area of Data Portability and Compliance. Knowing your rights and your Clients’ rights is important; your rights are what protects us all and makes civilisation….well, civil. Knowledge is king, however data trumps knowledge. Without data we have no knowledge. If you already have Document Automation, when did you last check the platform supported your compliance?
So, you have just read the title and now think, no need to read anymore! Gone are the days that we buy tools, we now all want ‘solutions’. How we use these solutions may not be how they were intended, and you may stretch their capabilities to the extreme. This blog post talks about how few Clients use their Document Automation solutions to their full capabilities and it’s not because of any one specific issue.
What if we told you, you could insert client-ready images quickly and easily in your document template, property brochure or valuation report, all within a single platform? Join us for a webinar on Thursday 6th August 2020 at 3PM BST as we demonstrate how automated technology can support the real estate sector and provide a simple, more cost-effective approach, to developing property brochures.
Document automation (DA) has been around for 30 years or more now, so if you have been using a DA solution for even less than half that time, you may be on a legacy solution that struggles to meet your needs. Have you made a huge investment in time and money to learn the skills to create templates with this solution, but you now need more functionality? Learn more about what your options are.
It’s not me…it’s you…Sometimes the relationship is great, but the product or service no longer meets your needs. There are many reasons why a company wants to leave a vendor and often the fear of change and ‘sticking with what you know’, are reasons enough to stay. This blog post explores the top five reasons why companies leave a Document Automation vendor.
Compliance Regulations such as ISO, GDPR and SOC 2, have been with us for what seems like an eternity, changing a little and impacting a lot. One area the current climate has seen an increase in, is the use of Electronic Signatures. Now that everyone is trying to conduct business in the cloud, this blog post looks at what this means for companies and how they need to adapt.
DocGovern’s new Document Automation Group on LinkedIn will be an opportunity for members to discuss and build their knowledge around the latest news, trends, and strategies in Document Automation. An open forum and a chance to share best practice, connect with and learn from professionals across a wide range of industry sectors.