Oon & Bazul LLP chooses Clarilis’ intelligent document automation platform

Oon & Bazul LLP chooses Clarilis’ intelligent document automation platform

Clarilis Administrator

Clarilis SEA is delighted to announce that one of Singapore’s fastest growing law firms, Oon & Bazul LLP, has selected Clarilis as its automation partner.

Headquartered in Singapore, Oon & Bazul is a leading commercial practice with a focus on delivering high quality work for its clients. Oon & Bazul’s main priority is ensuring its clients are provided with a consistent level of service, delivered in a timely but also cost-effective manner. By leveraging Clarilis’ proprietary platform, the amount of time lawyers at Oon & Bazul spend on the routine and mechanical aspects of drafting documents will be significantly reduced, whilst ensuring its high standards are maintained. The time saved allows Oon & Bazul’s lawyers to focus on what they do best – providing bespoke advice and handling non-standard aspects of transactions which enhances client service.

Clarilis counts both corporate legal departments and leading private legal practices amongst its global customer base – including Addleshaw Goddard, Baker McKenzie, GoCompare, Gowling WLG, Herbert Smith Freehills, National Grid, Simmons & Simmons, Slaughter and May and TLT.
James Quinn, CEO, Clarilis said:

“We’re delighted to have a forward-thinking firm such as Oon & Bazul on board as a client. In the current environment, law firms are having to adapt quickly and the CLARILIS™ document automation platform is a key step in helping Oon & Bazul become more efficient whilst improving client service and differentiating themselves from the competition.”

Bazul Ashhab, Managing Partner & Head of Dispute Resolution, Oon & Bazul added:

“The current market is driving firms to make efficiency savings. Clients expect law firms to take advantage of the available technology to provide value for money and an improved service. As a progressive firm that has invested in technology significantly, we knew that document automation could help us achieve our goals. After evaluating several options and speaking to international firms, we were convinced that Clarilis was the solution for us. We believe that lawyers are typically too busy or do not have the necessary skills to automate legal documents. Clarilis addresses this by providing a full service where they design, create, implement, test and maintain the automation. Go live is typically faster than doing this ourselves or using other automation platforms. By using Clarilis, we intend to be competitive and productive for our clients.”

 

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