Next Monday, August 14th at ILTACON 2017 in Las Vegas, American LegalNet, Inc. (ALN) will launch its enhanced Microsoft Word® Integrated Toolbar, which now includes more user-friendly search features to find and fill forms, customize the interface’s look and feel, organize forms, and upload content. At ILTACON, ALN will also unveil a beta version of its enhanced Forms WorkFlow Online Library for online access and purchase of forms. For beta access instructions, please e-mail email@example.com.
Forms WorkFlow provides a comprehensive set of up-to-date official court, corporate, regulatory and legal forms for law offices and businesses. In addition to providing immediate access to over 80,000 forms, Forms WorkFlow also provides a powerful set of tools to reduce risk and maximize efficiency, including auto-filling form data, preparing jury instructions, and more.
Most of the Am Law 100 firms use Forms Workflow every day, having downloaded millions of forms over the past 15 years.
Forms WorkFlow Microsoft Word Integrated Toolbar – Launching at ILTACON
The updated Forms WorkFlow Toolbar, appearing as a new tab within the Microsoft Word ribbon, provides clients with streamlined access to search for, select, and complete forms directly from Word. The Toolbar’s modernized interface includes several new data-related productivity features including selectable attorneys, cases and courts, as well as the ability to auto-fill form fields with data imported and synchronized from other firm databases such as human resources or time-and-billing systems.
The Forms WorkFlow Toolbar has been completely reengineered to provide cutting-edge compatibility and support for popular technologies including:
– 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Office and Windows
– Microsoft Office 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016
– Microsoft Windows 7, 8 and 10
– Local, cloud, or on-premise databases
Forms WorkFlow Online Library – Beta Site Now Available Upon Request
The new Forms WorkFlow Online Library has been completely rebuilt from the ground up for greater speed and efficiency, improved ease of use, intelligent quick searching, and branding customization. Administrators can easily manage users and subscriptions, customize the branding and forms/documents available to users, as well as create new folder structures. Intelligent searching allows users to type in a few letters of a form type to show relevant selections. Law firms of fewer than 10 attorneys will be able to purchase forms directly from the Forms WorkFlow website, while 10+ attorney firms can request information to be contacted by American LegalNet account executives. The beta is up-and-running and the site will officially launch in the near future. For beta access instructions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Erez Bustan, CEO and Founder of ALN, said: “We are incredibly proud to be launching both the newly rebuilt Forms WorkFlow Toolbar and the Forms WorkFlow Online Library at ILTACON next week. These releases are the culmination of great work by our development team and valued input from our customers who suggested useful, intuitive features to improve both products. We look forward to connecting with ILTA members next week to demonstrate the new technology.”
American LegalNet will be exhibiting at ILTACON in Las Vegas next week from August 14-17 (booth#341) and will be sponsoring a demo room and other events during the conference. For more information, contact Dan O’Day at DOday@alncorp.com.
About American LegalNet, Inc.
American LegalNet (ALN) was founded in 1996 and is a trusted partner to law firms, empowering them with innovative workflow management technologies that help mitigate risks, increase operational efficiencies, and reduce costs so they can focus on their core competencies. Today American LegalNet is the premier provider of Desktop to Courthouse workflow solutions that include eDockets, Docket Direct, Forms WorkFlow, Smart Dockets and Docket Alerts. For more information, visit http://www.alncorp.com or email email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter @ALN3, and on LinkedIn and Facebook.