CC Dr@ft combines a powerful document automation platform with a solution design, onboarding and maintenance service that allows our users to quickly and independently generate tailor-made and house styled documents within our secure CC Dr@ft tool. Whatever the application, we aim to save the client time and money and reduce risk during the document drafting process.
A solution is only as good as how it has been configured to suit your needs; using our tried and tested process ensures your automation solution works for you. The CC Dr@ft service consists of:
A flexible and robust document automation platform;
Consultations with legal document automation experts; and
A dedicated team for ongoing support.
Where we differ is the calibre of knowledge and expertise that reinforce all aspects of this service. A combination of world-leading legal knowledge from Clifford Chance and a market-leading document automation team, widely regarded in the industry as having automated the most complex templates, delivers a bespoke solution that offers a return on your investment year after year.
What's included in the CC Dr@ft service?
Our team helps clients identify the type of templates suitable for document automation.
Expert advice on integrations with client databases and e-signature platforms.
Our team provides a bespoke solution design, both around the documents being automated and the underlying infrastructure.
Security & procurement
We ensure our client’s security needs are met.
Build business case
Help our clients get the buy-in they need from stakeholders and support building their business case.
We update existing documents to reflect client requested changes.
Request a CC Dr@ft demo
Understand how document automation could benefit your company by contacting one of our experts to arrange a demonstration call of the CC Dr@ft service.
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