Liberating lawyers to focus on higher value strategic work.
Intelligent and intuitive, the Clarilis platform drafts entire suites of documents in a fraction of the time it would normally take.
Focuses on modelling an entire matter, so you can draft entire suites of complex documents from a single questionnaire.
Users are not restricted on the order in which information has to be entered, promoting adoption and usage.
Cross-references both within and between documents in the same suite are automatically created and updated.
Structured, dynamic, and intelligent questionnaires provide guidance to users, following rules for quality and risk control.
Information-gathering from external data sources, intelligent footnotes, gating questions, entity type selection, and drafting notes are all built-in to aid users.
The summary feature shows salient questions and highlights provided/missing answers, aiding delegation and review.
Intuitive user interface encourages strong user adoption, ensuring you get the full benefits of automation.
Empower clients with access to Clarilis, enabling them to provide information directly and streamline the process.
Management reports provide insights on how the platform is being utilised, by whom, and the benefits achieved.
The automation engine understands legal documents, delivering optimal automation and achieving rapid time-to-value.
Unlike other document automation toolkits, the Clarilis platform leverages a highly structured data model to power complex automations.
Efficiency is promoted by intelligent reuse, allowing greater speed-to-value and ease of maintenance.
No Microsoft Word integration required
The questionnaire is situated outside of Microsoft Word, and therefore no plug-ins are required.
Little or no IT involvement
Easy to implement, with minimal involvement from your IT department, thanks to the user-friendly browser-based platform.
Clarilis is ISO27001:2013-certified by BSI.
“We’ve been delighted with how easy the software is to use, set up, configure and update.”
Client Innovation Advisor, Mills & Reeve
“Each time a new transactional document is generated, the most up-to-date version of our precedent sits behind it.”
Knowledge Development Lawyer, Forsters