Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) September 09, 2013
Major Dallas law firm, Winstead PC, has licensed ContractExpress document assembly to reduce the time required to generate client documents, to improve efficiency, and to increase profitability by reducing unrecoverable hours.
In licensing ContractExpress to replace HotDocs, Winstead PC joins a growing list of customers including Goodwin Procter, Seyfarth Shaw, Goulston & Storrs, and Baker Donelson who are using ContractExpress document automation to retain key clients, win new clients, and increase firm profitability. Most recently, Seyfarth Shaw won Innovative Law Firm of the Year and Innovative Project of the Year at ILTA’s Distinguished Peer Awards for its work on SeyfarthLink, which includes ContractExpress for SharePoint.
“I am delighted to welcome Winstead to our customer family” said Tim Allen, President, Business Integrity, Inc. “ContractExpress’ intuitive template authoring enables customers to quickly realize the incredible potential of ContractExpress and achieve a rapid return on investment.”
More About Business Integrity
Business Integrity develops and markets the ContractExpress family of contract creation and document assembly products — for intranet, for extranet, for SharePoint, for the Cloud, and for Salesforce. Many leading corporations and law firms in the US and internationally use ContractExpress to produce standard contracts more quickly, more consistently, and at lower cost, enabling their lawyers to focus on high-value, non-standard agreements. The company was founded in 2000 and is privately held, with offices in New York City, San Mateo, and London. Business Integrity’s customers include Microsoft, Cisco Systems, Life Technologies, Latham & Watkins, Littler Mendelson, and Wilson Sonsini. To read more about our customers and for more information on ContractExpress, please visit http://www.business-integrity.com.