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AbacusNext Announces AbacusLaw and HotDocs Integration

AbacusNext Announces AbacusLaw and HotDocs Integration

Integration Now Available to Give Firms the Ability to Automatically Assemble Error-Free Documents, Marking a First-Time Integration Between the Company’s Flagship Products

AbacusNext, a leading technology provider for legal, accounting and compliance-focused professionals, announced the company has launched the integration between HotDocs and AbacusLaw. The integration, which was originally previewed at Legalweek 2020, provides firms with the ability to automatically assemble error-free documents using the client, calendar and case information already in the AbacusLaw system.

Users of AbacusLaw with HotDocs now have the ability to complete entire documents with one click or start with the information already in AbacusLaw and enter more information using an interactive HotDocs interview.

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Firms using AbacusLaw with HotDocs have reported significant time savings, increased accuracy and reduction of costly, embarrassing and potentially license-threatening malpractice claims.

“We received very positive feedback on the integration at Legalweek and look forward to sharing this with attendees at ABA TECHSHOW next week,” states Scott Johnson, chief executive officer at AbacusNext. “This is a pivotal moment for the company, as it marks the first integration between two of our flagship products. For our legal customers, it signals a change in the way firms manage and assemble their documents. We are excited to officially bring this to the market and make it available for all firms to use.”

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