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How Do I Start Automating Documents?

How Do I Start Automating Documents? A frequently asked question: How can I integrate document generation/automation into practice management software?

Article by Storm Evans

WHEN A LAW office wants to implement case management, it's usually to solve a problem -- usually involving dates, addresses, or aspirations for a "paper-less" operation.

Article by Paul Unger

WHAT SOFTWARE program is the backbone of every law firm and legal department in the world? Answer: Of course, it's the word processor. Unfortunately, most firms don't use 50 percent of its features, and most aren't even aware that client information stored in their practice management software can be used to generate everyday documents. These programs can dramatically improve the way you practice law. In fact, if there is a single program that can wildly improve profitability or the bottom line, it is document generation.

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