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National Law Journal Names SimplyAgree to its 2020 Emerging Technologies List

National Law Journal Names SimplyAgree to its 2020 Emerging Technologies List

Second Annual NLJ List Recognizes Leading Innovative Companies Serving the Legal Market

SimplyAgree, a leading provider of signing and closing technology for transactional attorneys, is proud to announce it has been named to The National Law Journal’s 2020 Emerging Legal Technologies List. The second annual special issue profiles leading technology companies that are changing the ways law firms and legal departments operate by delivering innovative new products that improve the practice of law.

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SimplyAgree streamlines attorney workflows by automating the administrative tasks of closing transactions, including the creation of signature packets and closing sets. The platform provides an option for electronic signing to increase efficiency while improving risk management and attorney oversight at closing. Firms using SimplyAgree report a significant reduction in post-closing write-offs.

Since its introduction, SimplyAgree has become a leader among cloud-based closing automation tools. The company recently released a containerized version of the platform for on-premises installations and last year noted integrations with major document management systems including NetDocuments, iManage and OpenText. In January, SimplyAgree was added to the Reynen Court solution store.

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“Inclusion in this year’s NLJ Emerging Technologies List is an honor for our company,” says Will Norton, CEO of SimplyAgree. “Our team of innovators is driven to simplify workflows through automation and intuitive technology that bring value to attorneys every day. This endorsement is a testament to their efforts.”

NLJ’s 2020 Emerging Legal Technologies List was released on February 3 as a special feature in the National Law Journal.

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