DocsCorp, a global leader in document productivity software for document management professionals, announced today that it has joined the Legal Technologies Core Competencies Certification Coalition (LTC4), a not-for-profit coalition of leading law firms, legal departments and law schools, who have come together to create standard legal technology core competencies (workflow-based).
Commenting on the news, Dean Sappey, DocsCorp President and co-founder said that he was delighted to be the first software vendor to be accepted into the LTC4. "It is our intention to work closely with the LTC4 group to identify core legal worksflows that can be incorporated into our software productivity suite to ensure ease of use and to enhance efficiency and productivity for all our legal clients globally."
“We introduced vendor membership at the end of 2014 and are thrilled to welcome DocsCorp as our first software vendor member. Our goal for software vendors is to ensure that their applications reflect the industry standard competencies, “says Bonnie Beuth of Ford & Harrison in Atlanta, LTC4 founding member and Chairperson of the LTC4 Board
The DocsCorp document productivity suite consists of cleanDocs, compareDocs, contentCrawler and pdfDocs to provide law firms with all the tools they need to better manage their business-critical documents from a single technology partner, integrating with the office applications and document management systems they use on a daily basis.
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The Legal Technology Core Competency Certification Coalition (LTC4) is a not-for-profit organization consisting of law firm and legal department members. They are committed to raising IT skill levels for inside and outside counsel and law schools by creating industry-standard, legal technology core competencies. To learn more about LTC4 please visit www.ltc4.org
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