(PRWEB UK) 25 March 2015
The event, which focused on the themes of Banking and integration partners, was hosted at the Microsoft offices in Cardinal Place in the Victoria area of London. A wide range of HotDocs clients from the banking, legal, corporate and public sectors were in attendance, as well as numerous HotDocs partners. The audience enjoyed presentations from Microsoft, J&T Banka, K2 and, of course, HotDocs.
Lois McLuckie, Senior Marketing Manager at HotDocs, commented: "The March HotDocs User Group meeting had a strong focus on current technology trends and challenges within the banking sector and how HotDocs can be used to address these issues by integrating with other systems, creating efficiency and reducing risk. In addition, HotDocs Partner integrations were discussed, detailing how they can enhance business processes within a wide range of organisations."
HotDocs User Group meetings are designed to update attendees with news and information about the latest document automation technologies available from HotDocs and guests are given time to hear about the innovative ways in which their peers are using HotDocs through case studies and networking.
McLuckie concluded: "Customer involvement and feedback is extremely important to HotDocs and the User Group meetings provide a great forum for us to engage with our clients, introduce them to other HotDocs users and gather customer insight on our suite of products."
HotDocs is the market leading provider of automated document generation software, with customers in 42 different countries and a user-base, globally, that exceeds one million end users. Automated document generation, or document assembly, allows a vast reduction in time spent in the production of high volume, repeat documentation such as contracts, agreements and other legal paperwork.
Widely used within the legal, banking, insurance, public and corporate sectors, HotDocs software also increases accuracy, reduces cost/risk and improves efficiency in the generation of complex, or simple, repeat documentation. The software is available on premise, on desktop or via the cloud and can operate in a standalone capacity or as part of a wider business process management system, such as workflow, document management or case management systems.