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  • March 21, 2023
  • News

CARET adds document automation capabilities to streamline law firm operations

CARET, a software provider for legal and accounting professionals, is releasing a new subscription offering dubbed Enterprise Advance, expanding the capabilities of CARET Legal to include advanced document automation, powered by HotDocs.

“At CARET, our goal is to provide legal professionals with the technology and automation they need to create space for what matters,” said Keri Gohman, CEO, CARET. “By embedding the unmatched document automation power of HotDocs within CARET Legal, we are bringing enterprise technology to midsize firms to dramatically increase the space in their day for the practice of law and delighting clients.”

Easily accessible within the CARET Legal platform, this advanced document automation allows legal teams to easily create customized, error-free templates and documents in a fraction of the time, freeing them to focus on clients and legal practice, according to the company.

HotDocs by CARET is a leading document automation software that streamlines the process of creating complex and customized legal documents such as wills, contracts and more. With its intuitive and easy-to-use interface, legal professionals can reduce time and effort while ensuring documentation accuracy and quality.

CARET Legal, previously known as Zola Suite, is an award-winning practice management solution for legal professionals. From client intake to matter management to back-office reporting, CARET Legal helps firms save time, increase team collaboration, improve accuracy, scale their business, and collect revenue faster than ever before, according to the vendor.

Enterprise Advance includes a dedicated technical account manager and premium support. The new subscription offering will be available by the end of March.

For more information about this news, visit www.getcaret.com.

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