Assembling matter bibles, manuals, closing books, board packs, or court bundles can be a time-consuming task involving many hours of printing and scanning. Swapping or updating a document can mean starting all over again. Filing deadlines and client expectations on turnaround times only add more pressure.
Thankfully, there is a solution. A PDF binder application like pdfDocs automates the process of bundling documents, so users can work up to 75% faster.
Use case: Empower staff to create their own PDF binders
Staff at Simpson Grierson used to rely on the firm’s IT Department to bundle documents, but this placed a massive time constraint on the team. Lawyers and secretaries needed a tool to bundle multiple case files whenever necessary and without delay. “But without a PDF bundling tool, this wasn’t possible,” explained Information Services Director Valerie Fogg. Continue reading about the firm’s experience using pdfDocs Binder to create court bundles and get a competitive edge on billable hours.
Use case: Minimize the costs of producing a PDF binder
The legal team at Swansea Council was spending over 37 hours assembling documents bundles for each case that crossed their desks. With a caseload of 12 per week per lawyer, this process consumed valuable resources. Plus, these bundles were printed and mailed to clients, so not only were they taking up to five days to reach people, they increased paper usage. pdfDocs Binder helped Swansea Council shave more than 20 hours off the PDF binder process. It also reduced their reliance on paper by helping them digitize. Read how the team is now using pdfDocs Binder for electronic redaction and Binder assembly and distribution.
Learn more about our document bundling solution and see how it can help reduce the time it takes to combine multiple PDFs.