You don’t need to have a legal engineering team or a background in coding to use DocJuris software. We combine legal engineering with low code automation to help legal teams get through contract negotiations faster without sacrificing quality or accuracy.
What is Low Code Automation?
Low code automation is a manner of automating business processes using very little code. This is great news for non-technical users who want to benefit from automated software without learning how to code or needing to rely on a software engineer or developer to do it for them.
Instead of using complex code, low code automation for software utilizes visual features, such as drag and drop, that make it easy for a user to perform the tasks they need in a short amount of time.
What is Legal Engineering?
Legal engineering is a developing field that bridges the gap between technology and the law. Legal engineers are at the forefront of today’s in-house legal teams and apply a scientific approach to solving legal problems and building forward-focusing legal teams.
How DocJuris Combines Low Code Automation with Legal Engineering
Let’s look at a few examples of how our software combines these two important elements to deliver better outcomes for clients. These examples utilize Formstack integration with DocJuris via Zapier to trigger events
Problem 1: It’s difficult and time-consuming to get a quick review on a rush contract in order to prioritize work
Even a “quick review” needs to be thorough. But what if you don’t have time for the comprehensive review you know your contract needs?
Our solution here is to use Formstack forms to deliver a contract review request over to DocJuris and immediately obtain a screening report. Without even opening a contract, your legal and business teams will have an instant roadmap to use during that contract negotiation. This saves an immense amount of time going back and forth on Slack, email, etc.
Problem 2: Internal comments on a contract end up flooding a contract negotiation in a document
Not only is it confusing to have a flood of internal comments on your Word or Google doc, but it can also be risky if any internal comments leak out to the wrong party.
Our solution is to use Formstack during contract review so employees can tag each other and route internal comments to a spreadsheet. This results in better back and forth communication without the risk of internal comments leaking to the other side.
Problem 3: A counterparty’s redlines to Formstack’s agreements creates friction because it requires comparison, analysis, and more
Reviewing new redlines from a counterparty can be time-consuming.
Our solution is to immediately compare an incoming markup of Formstack’s agreements against the original contract that was generated in Formstack. After receiving contract markup, a user can hop over to DocJuris to run a comparison against the original merged doc. From DocJuris, the user can reply to incoming redlines against a playbook.
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These are just a few examples of use cases that trigger actions directing users to DocJuris. Our triggers and actions also support sending turns out of DocJuris, such as signature, file share, email, etc.
See for yourself how DocJuris can improve your contract negotiation and review process by scheduling a demo today.