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SimplyAgree Offering Free Access to Help Law Firms Migrating to Remote Work Environments
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SimplyAgree logoSimplyAgree, a leading provider of signing and closing technology for transactional attorneys, announces that its full signature and closing management platform is being made available free of charge for the next three months for new law firms moving to fully remote environments due to COVID-19.

Despite pandemic-related changes in daily life, much business continues: the completion of pending mergers and acquisitions, as well as private equity, venture capital, commercial finance and large real estate transactions. In this reality, transactional attorneys must have the tools necessary to close deals remotely and for clients to sign agreements electronically.

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SimplyAgree automates the administrative tasks of closing transactions, including the creation of signature packets and closing sets. While increasing efficiency and reducing post-closing write-offs, more important today is that SimplyAgree allows for the completion of deals without face-to-face interaction—including mobile and electronic signing for law firm clients.

“As firms are working to quickly transition to remote work environments, we are offering a bridge for transactional attorneys who do not currently have access to a tool for remotely managing their signing and closings,” says Will Norton, CEO of SimplyAgree. “We hope that by working together through this crisis, we all will emerge stronger on the other side.”

Law firms with remote transactional attorneys can visit the SimplyAgree Remote Closings page to learn more about the program and sign up to get started.

 

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