Best of The Exari Blog, Part 4
About this series: The Exari team has worked for nearly five years to make this blog a complete resource for information about contracts and document assembly. With more than 180 published articles, we thought we would introduce our newer readers to the most popular articles from the archive.
2009 was marked by a period of rapid expansion for Exari. Armed with a sizable investment from Beacon Equity Partners, Exari was poised to take on new clients, release new document assembly products, and expand its management team. In response to the company’s growth, Exari’s US headquarters was relocated to Boston’s Back Bay. According to Exari President, Terence Lee, “We have virtually doubled in size over the past year. We are bringing on more staff to support the increasing demands of our existing customers and a sizable number of new customers.”
Below are the most read posts of 2009.
- Death by Laptop
For those of us enjoying the benefits of laptops and mobile storage gadgets, it’s easy to overlook the risks. But as a recent article in Law Technology News points out, the risks are high, and the consequences of ignoring them rather scary. They cite two headline grabbing incidents to drive the point home…read full post
- Document Assembly Solution: How to Decide Build Vs. Buy?
OK, everyone now agrees; your current way of creating documents is broken (too slow; full of errors; impossible to maintain). So, how do you fix the problem? Do you build your own system, or do you buy something off-the-shelf? There are pros and cons of both approaches. But first things first; before you can make a Build-vs-Buy decision, you need to work out your requirements. You quickly discover that requirements gathering and analysis is hard…read full post
- Five Document Assembly/Legal Technology Blogs to Follow
If you are interested in document assembly and other legal technologies, which you probably are since you are reading this, here are some other blogs you may want to check out…read full post
Stay tuned for the final post in this series coming next week.
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