WEBINAR - Client Onboarding Showcase

Build a Digital Law Firm: Moving From Paper to Profitability


How would it impact your law firm if you could streamline and automate labour-intensive and time-intensive processes, such as case management, new-matter intake and document management? Many law firms like yours are moving from paper-based processes to a digital environment. Business apps can give you an easy, paperless way to manage clients, as well as solve other legal business challenges, such as conflict processing, client billing, IP portfolio management and more.


HotDocs and K2 would like to invite you to attend a joint webinar on Friday, April 7 where we will demonstrate how you can implement business applications using HotDocs' industry leading document automation technology, along with K2’s low-code business application development platform.


This webinar will show you how HotDocs and K2 can help you:

  • Move from paper to digital
  • Automate the creation of simple or complex documents 
  • Optimise existing systems and processes 
  • Provide full business application visibility and auditing


Register today to reserve your spot! If you are interested, but unable to attend the live webinar, register and a link to the recorded webinar will be sent to you afterward.

Date:  Friday, 7 April
Time:  10:30am - 11:00am GMT
Venue:  On24 (login details sent upon registration)


Speaker - Anthony Molyneux, Technical Specialist, K2


Anthony has over 10 years’ experience working on Microsoft based solutions. He has designed and implemented BPM solutions for a number of large enterprise clients including Rio Tinto, the Royal Mail and Mizuho Bank.

Speaker - Graham Penman, Head of Global Services, HotDocs


Head of HotDocs Global Services and Lead Architect, Graham leads the team for strategic projects integrations and partner enablement.  He has integrated HotDocs with other LOB systems such as CRM, BPM and document management for customers across the banking, legal public and corporate sectors.

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