Integration gives firms the ability to automatically assemble error-free documents; demos in booth #220

SAN DIEGO, CA – JANUARY 30, 2020 – AbacusNext®, a leading technology provider for legal, accounting and compliance-focused professionals, today announced the company will be previewing the AbacusLaw and HotDocs integration at Legalweek New York taking place February 4-6. The integration provides firms with the ability to automatically assemble error-free documents using the client, calendar and case information already in the AbacusLaw system. Product experts will be showcasing and demoing this integration at booth #220, along with AbacusNext’s other legal products Amicus Attorney, Amicus Online, Abacus Private Cloud, and Abacus Payment Exchange.

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

“We are excited to be able to bring a sneak peek of this integration to Legalweek,” states Scott Johnson, chief executive officer at AbacusNext. “We know that the integration between AbacusLaw and HotDocs is a game-changer for the way firms manage their documents, as it seamlessly combines the strengths of two of our flagship products. We can’t wait to showcase it to the attendees of this event.”

In addition, Tomas Suros, the global marketing director for AbacusNext’s legal products, will share trends, observations and practical advice in a workshop panel presentation titled “Preventing the Worst: A Deep Dive into Cloud Security.” The panel will be held in room #WB102 on Monday, February 3, from 12:30 to 2:30 as part of the full-day Workshop B – Cloud Systems. Suros will join security experts from NetDocuments, FTI Consulting and IBM on this panel.

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