In a bid to enhance the legal transactions process, Litera Microsystems announced today it acquired transaction management platform Doxly.

Doxly’s software includes a real-time view of the documents and tasks needed for a transaction, from configuring and deploying signature packets to creating closing books, and reviewing performance metrics afterwards. Litera CEO Avaneesh Marwaha said Doxly’s platform “removes a lot of unbillable tasks related with transactions.”

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