Litera Partners With DocuSign to Help Legal Teams Complete Transactions With E-Signature Integration
Chicago, IL - Litera announced today an expanded partnership with DocuSign to further support law firms through their automated and paperless closing processes. Litera Transact's (Doxly) integration with DocuSign allows legal teams to seamlessly create and package documents in Litera Transact for execution through DocuSign eSignature which allows signers to sign from practically anywhere. This is particularly important as it means no face-to-face contact, no paper, no couriers, no mailing, and no trips into the office for printers and scanners.
Litera and DocuSign are working together to help legal teams complete important transactions, including acquisitions, refinancing, and restructuring as firms are unable to leverage traditional signature packet creation methods, while enabling signers to avoid in-person physical signatures during this time. Litera is continuing to offer a lite version of Litera Transact free for six months. This version allows lawyers to keep their clients' deals on track by creating checklists, obtaining signatures digitally, and assembling closing books. Interested firms will have until May 31, 2020, to sign up here.
Haley Altman, General Manager of Transaction Management at Litera said, "We've worked with DocuSign for several years to create a seamless closing process. We are thrilled to continue to deepen this partnership as we look to serve the needs of law firms to complete critical transactions remotely."
Litera is the leading provider of software for law firms and document-intensive organizations across the globe, helping them satisfy the demands of clients. Our document drafting products empower users to create, proofread, compare, clean, and distribute high-quality content quickly and securely, from any device, while our transaction management platform converts the manual, tedious process of managing transactions by creating a secure, collaborative workspace and automating the entire signature process.