Easy, Everyday Document Assembly
Using Assemble-It, any user can capture a block of text to be retrieved and used over and over again (without copy/paste headaches related to metadata or formatting.)
BEC Assemble-It content can remain “personal” or it can be shared with a specific group of people or the entire firm, making it more flexible than Word’s Quick Parts.
Create documents in 3 easy steps
Open a Word Document
Open a blank Word document or template.
Open Assemble-It Task Pane
Click and drag content from Task Pane into your document. Create new clauses and save for future use.
Update & Save
Update all variables to complete the document. Save or print as needed.
Organize Document Content in Word's Task Pane
BEC Assemble-It displays re-usable content in the Word Task pane. Blocks of content are easily selected and dropped into the document being drafted.
Assemble-It content doesn’t have to be text and it doesn’t have to be used in the body of a document. Tables and graphics can also be captured and later dropped into Headers and Footers as easily as the document body.
More importantly, content can be tied to a Question & Answer Script. Legal professionals run a Q&A script and select answers to its questions. Based on the answers, Assemble-It selects appropriate content and generates a completed document.
Assemble-It seamlessly integrates with both LegalBar Templates and MatterLink (for variable matter data) to provide a comprehensive matter-based document automation solution.
Short demonstration of Assemble-It in action. (Video 1 of 2)
Matter Data and Assemble-It
Short video demonstration of Assemble-It with MatterLink. (Video 2 of 2)
Assemble-It is powered by BEC CoreRelate
CoreRelate provides a technology framework to facilitate integration between BEC applications (Docket Enterprise, MatterLink, Assemble-It and LegalBar), Microsoft Office, and industry leading Time & Billing and Document Management solutions. This allows your firm to implement important new functionality while maintaining existing infrastructure and maximizing previous investments.