We are looking forward to networking with other high-growth businesses...
Edinburgh, UK (PRWEB UK) 3 November 2016
SVC2UK is a not-for-profit, invitation-only event that brings together investors, entrepreneurs and alumni to discuss and debate how and why they create and fund today’s most disruptive technologies. One of the aims of the event is to foster relationships between leading entrepreneurs, business people and investors.
Founded by Sherry Coutu, Reid Hoffman and Ellen Levy in 2006, SVC2UK is principally about supporting UK companies with high-growth potential to scale faster and think globally. With founder Sherry Coutu pointing out that 1% of scale ups are responsible for 36% of jobs in the UK, it is clear that high-growth companies are a critical component of a successful economy.
HotDocs, which has enjoyed sustained and significant growth over the past seven years, is ideally suited to the SVC2UK event as it looks to further increase growth and market share in 2017 and beyond.
Steve Spratt, SVP & General Manager of HotDocs International, commented: “We are delighted to be involved in SVC2UK and we are looking forward to networking with other high-growth businesses to discuss the challenges we all face. Bringing companies together at events such as this provides the nourishment needed to facilitate even faster growth and allows us to absorb best practice scale-up advice from successful entrepreneurs.”
HotDocs is the market leading provider of document automation software, with customers in 60 different countries and a user-base, globally, that exceeds one million. Document automation, 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.