Litera Acquires DocsCorp to Expand Solutions Available to Customers
Two complementary document drafting and productivity tools come together to provide their clients with a comprehensive technology set throughout the document drafting lifecycle
Litera announced the acquisition of DocsCorp, a global document productivity software provider, expanding choices law firms and legal teams of all sizes will have going forward in selecting the tools they need to create, review, and share documents more efficiently and securely.
Both Litera and DocsCorp have developed document drafting platforms in line with their clients’ vision of a simplified way to work seamlessly across multiple solutions. The acquisition will enable firms to add a unique set of products to enhance their document drafting workflow. For example, DocsCorp provides PDF editing and electronic binder creation, while Litera provides proofreading, litigation and transaction tools.
“We are very pleased to announce this important acquisition for Litera. DocsCorp is a business with a proven track record in the development of integrated solutions for the legal sector,” said Avaneesh Marwaha, CEO of Litera. “We constantly listen to our clients to understand their needs and they expect us to drive digital transformation for legal teams through a comprehensive, unified desktop experience. This acquisition delivers on that expectation.”
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“The combination of Litera and DocsCorp joins two highly respected brands in the industry to deliver a robust suite of document drafting capabilities within one organization,” said Dean Sappey, DocsCorp CEO and Co-Founder. “This transaction extends Litera’s range of software technologies, enhancing its offering to the benefit of customers.”
Both companies share a deep commitment to empowering legal teams, enabling professionals of every skill level within a firm or legal department to transform their work through technology.
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