Now more than ever, having the option to work from home is not only a want, it’s a necessity. And with all the new legal technologies around the world, it is now possible for lawyers to do their job—from start to finish—all from the comfort of their home. Here’s 4 ways that dealcloser will help corporate lawyers work from home.
1. Work on your deals any time, any place
With the dealcloser platform and companion app, lawyers can easily check up on the status of their deals, create closing books (in seconds!), invite collaborators and so much more. The need for printers is a thing of the past, and all documents are stored in the cloud instead of in filing cabinets and closing rooms.
2. Your clients can access their deals from the comfort of their home
We all know that even the smallest of transactions require significant client interaction. Whether you have one or many deals on the go, use dealcloser to ensure that each client feels like they’re your priority. Offer your clients around-the-clock access and updates without putting in any extra hours!
3. Rest assured with our bank-grade security
We understand that security is of the utmost importance to law firms. Sleep soundly knowing that our data centres and network architecture are built to meet the requirements of the most security-sensitive organizations.
4. All parties can sign documents digitally
Once transactional documents are ready for execution by your clients, you can notify your clients to login to dealcloser with the click of a button. Only those clients that have unsigned documents are notified, thanks to our Smart Notifications system. Your clients can review and execute documents on dealcloser at their convenience—no printing or pens required.
It’s time for lawyers to have the technology in place so their deals are uninterrupted. To get you started, we’re extending our free trial to 30 days during this time. And to help you to continue collaborating remotely, use the promo code 4FREE to receive 4 months free when you subscribe to dealcloser. Valid until April 15, 2020.