There’s something eternally frustrating about non-standard, customer-facing documents in an organization—especially when you’re the one that has to deal with the confusion first hand.
You don’t need document automation software.
You need to make your life as a lawyer, as a person, better.
We need to help you do that.
We’ve yet to meet an attorney who finds that they have enough hours in the day. We also haven’t met an attorney who isn’t using Microsoft Office. Unfortunately, we’ve also yet to meet an attorney who uses the power of Office to its fullest extent and to their best advantage. In fact, many attorneys seem caught up in using Office in ways that hold them back. So, this is not an article about things to do in Office, but about things to stop doing.
We started Woodpecker because we believed that we had a revolutionary way to make it easier to create & draft documents, especially routine, repetitive documents. What we found were an awful lot of big, complicated solutions to what seemed to be simple problems. For the aspects of document assembly that Woodpecker is focused on, we’ve only seen systems that are big and even bigger.
At Woodpecker, our goal is to make your life better, to empower you to get back to what you actually enjoy doing and to what you do best. If we make your life better, all of our customers’ lives better, we will be a better company. You win, we win.
If only every document automation company believed in this idea too. But some don’t. They believe in making you afraid . . .
The need for attorneys to automate in order to thrive – or maybe even to survive – in the legal industry has never been stronger. In this post we take a look at five ways that you can streamline the process of getting client documents signed . . . and, no, none of them involve faxing.