Document Assembly Introduction

The purpose of this section is to deal with specific solutions for specific industries. Document assembly is primarily perceived to be of benefit to law firms, who draft hundreds of documents, in varying areas of practice, on a daily basis. To a large extent, it is true to say that law firms are one of the industries which benefit most from document assembly.

However, document assembly and integrated case management solutions don’t start and end with law firms. Document assembly (sometimes referred to as “document automation”) provides more than substantial benefits to:

  • high volume documents, re-using the same data over and over;
  • high volume documents, involving calculations and manipulation of data;
  • low volume documents, with a high level of complexity interrelated issues

The days where document assembly = probate are coming to a close, as more corporations are becoming aware of the true benefits of document assembly. Production of document times are reduced by as much as 75% while quality of produced documents are increased 10 fold. Staffing ratios required to handle document needs lowered dramatically.

The largest hurdle that we at Basha Systems have encountered is not a willingness to invest in document assembly, but simply an absence of knowledge of what is truly possible. Can you automate and program a system that produces all associated documentation for a multi tiered, multi space, multi tenant lease in under 2 hours? We have! Can you really produce a system that handles these “one off” loan deals and provides a first draft on documentation in half an hour instead of 4 hours? We have.

This solutions section is designed to deal with leaping that hurdle – the common perception that document assembly = simplistic repetitive forms. The approach we have utilized is a series of pages with thumbnail graphics and a running commentary. To view a full sized screen capture graphic, simply click the thumbnail.

This section is very much work in progress, so keep checking back for updates.  Use the navigation bar on the left to view our various solution discussions.