Innovative law firms are constantly looking to improve their service to clients and drive down costs. Document assembly helps them do this, in a visible, practical way. The return on investment is strong and easily quantified
New York, NY (Vocus) May 11, 2010
ContractExpress DealBuilder is a web based document assembly solution that delivers reduced drafting time and consistent document quality for any organization that produces legal documents in high volumes. ContractExpress DealBuilder enables organizations to automate a wide range of their model documents, precedents or forms to reduce the time it takes for lawyers and non-lawyers to generate the first draft of a document.
Commenting on the deal Nick Taylor-Delahoy, Director of Information Technology at Mishcon de Reya said “Innovative law firms are constantly looking to improve their service to clients and drive down costs. Document assembly helps them do this, in a visible, practical way. The return on investment is strong and easily quantified”.
“We are delighted that Mischon de Reya is joining our community of major law firm and corporate clients in using ContractExpress DealBuilder to enhance its operations. Nick and his team have a clear strategy to build a world class document creation platform for their firm. We are proud to play our part in that plan,” said Richard Newton, EVP at Business Integrity.
About Business Integrity:
Business Integrity develops and markets the ContractExpress family of online document assembly products – for intranet, for extranet, for SharePoint, and now for the Cloud. Business Integrity has an impressive client list of leading law firms and corporations in the US, UK and internationally, which use ContractExpress to reduce the cost and elapsed time required to produce standard contracts and to enable lawyers to focus on high value non-standard contracts. The company was founded in 2001, and is privately held with offices in New York and London. Business Integrity customers include Microsoft, AXA, PepsiCo, Amazon, McAfee, Cisco Systems, Christies, Cadence, Logitech, Henkel Corporation, Allen & Overy, Clifford Chance, Latham & Watkins, Linklaters, Littler Mendelson, Wilson Sonsini, Perkins Coie, Poyner Spruill, Stikeman Elliot, and Borden Ladner Gervais. For more information, please visit Business Integrity.