Lead lawyers into the modern world by robotizing contracts
Creating a robot allows to centralise all the necessary knowldedge for producing all types of contracts. The knowledge transmitted to the robot covers the content of the document, its structure, the legal options available for each clause, as well as rules dictated by law and logic. By using robots, the legal practitioner no longer needs to do the same task repeatedly, or to go through the tedious process of copy-pasting. He can simply focus on consistently enriching his robot and increasing its value.
The initial ‘‘robotisation’’ process, resulting in a structured representation of the contract terms, is compensated by a gain in quality, consistency, and homogeneity of the legal provisions contained in the document : all legal thinking is accomplished once at the beginning of the process, and can be reused hundreds, or even thousands of times. The use of templates which optimize information input, as well as the list of questions and answers summarizing the terms of the contracts, considerably reduce the contract production time.
doxMaster automatically saves the data related to each contract, in other words all the answers to the questions. By progressively building a database of all the data collected from the contracts, which can be exploited for all kinds of uses, the legal department improves its operations.
By enabling associates, legal advisers, or other executives to access the robots, contracts may be produced in record time and conform completely with what the robot creator would have drafted. This facilitates the integration and proficiency of associates.
The disruption will result from granting legal practitioners the ability to create their own robots, through simple and intuitive enrichment of their contractual documents.
We designed and developped doxMaster, the most advanced online solution for robotising contract production. For us, robotising means teaching computers to reproduce our most repetitive tasks, in other words the ones that are least rewarding intellectually but which consume too much of our time.
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