Thomson Reuters Legal Australia Acquires Softdocs
2 July 2012, Sydney, Australia - Thomson Reuters today announced the acquisition of document automation and legal software company, Softdocs. The move will significantly enhance the legal publisher’s workflow and document production capabilities and enable law firms across Australia to benefit from increased practice efficiency. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Founded in Sydney in 2004, Softdocs has established a strong reputation as a client-centered provider of legal workflow solutions. The Softdocs precedent suite and Lawdocs document organiser will continue to be sold and supported in their current form, with Softdocs automated forms also made available in conjunction with Thomson Reuters market-leading Westlaw AU legal research platform.
Carl Olson, Commercial Director at Thomson Reuters, said: “Our strategy is to enable law firms to achieve their business objectives and become more efficient by delivering best in class information and workflow solutions.
“Softdocs provides lawyers with more time to focus on developing their practices, by slashing the time taken to produce consistent, accurate and up-to-date documents.”
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