Once you've experienced the magic of document automation, you might never look back. Stop spending hours on drafts. Create even the most complex documents within minutes.
It's as easy as answering a questionnaire and watching your document being created in real-time. You're always in control.
Save time and avoid mistakes when collecting relevant facts. Gather case details using a customizable and highly dynamic questionnaire. Apply your legal expertise once and obtain the necessary information automatically every time.
Automate the classification of facts under a given rule and automatically determine how this rule applies to a case. Thanks to a real-time preview, context and structures stay transparent while a user answers the questionnaire.
Always have the proper wording at hand. Avoid expensive or embarrassing mistakes. Needless to worry about perfect phrasing, checking grammar, or manually replacing names. Everything happens automatically and comprehensibly.
Benefit from standardized content and consistency in your document structures. Together with the underlying metadata, documents created with LAWLIFT are ready to be mapped in tables, stored in databases, or visualized and analyzed in your favorite BI tools.
Just choose one of the interactive examples below and start answering the questionnaire.
"Lawlift provides an enormous reduction of workload.
It minimizes the effort of drafting and reduces the error rate."
Dr. Christian Lenz,
Lawyer and partner at dhpg
Our clean, AI-integrated no-code editor enables everyone to create complex template logic right away. You can even build bilingual templates in virtually no time.
AI-driven assistants significantly speed up the creation of document automation templates, leading to an even better return on investment (ROI) for your automation projects.
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Document automation stands for the automatic creation of documents using automation templates. Those templates contain a questionnaire, text, variables and logical links between those elements. To create a document, all you have to do is answer a series of questions. Depending on the answers, the document is assembled and filled with data.
Automated documents no longer have to be written by hand. Answering a questionnaire is much faster. Therefore, document automation leads to considerable savings in time and resources.
Document automation also helps to delegate tasks more easily. The legal know-how is already "built into" the document template by the author. Questions can be formulated and provided with hints in such a way that the questionnaire can be answered by less experienced employees or even legal laymen.
Perhaps most importantly, document automation can be used to standardize documents. This helps to ensure a consistently high quality of content, as well as making it easier to review and manage documents.
Document automation is particularly suitable for document types that are needed relatively frequently and that exhibit a high degree of variance and a certain complexity.