Advanced Legal releases latest version of Advanced Sign

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15 July 2014


today announces the launch of the latest version of , an electronic signature and document exchange service specifically designed to meet the needs of the legal market. Advanced Sign version 2 has a new, more user friendly layout and increased functionality, making the system more flexible and aligned with law firms’ business needs.

The new functionality has been developed following customer feedback and market demand and will help law firms to automate a number of key processes, increasing efficiency and improving productivity.

Advanced Sign allows the digital exchange of documents for secure signature and viewing, offering clients a superior and cost effective method of dealing with documentation. Documents can be delivered and returned instantly, leading to a faster turnaround and increased productivity. Clients are also able to view and sign documents using mobile devices and so are not restricted to office working.

The new release introduces enhanced features including: self-signing – where the sender’s signature is automatically added to a document upon sending; text boxes – which can be added for document data capture, such as addresses or contact numbers; check boxes – which can be added for confirming client consent/agreement; and post-it style annotations to detail client instructions.

Doug Hargrove, Managing Director of Advanced Legal, said:  “The latest version of Advanced Sign offers a superior service for the legal market and is designed to directly meet their needs.

“The enhancement of Advanced Sign is the result of listening to our customers in order to provide ‘best in class’ solutions to help them compete and thrive in a changing market.”

Advanced Sign is one of several software solutions developed by Advanced Legal. Other solutions include: ALB – the fastest growing PCMS in the marketplace, Time Tracker for automatic time capture, OverVu for dashboard and KPI reporting and Laserform – the market leading forms solution.

 



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