Whether your firm has one attorney or many, they probably spend multiple hours assembling, storing, and retrieving legal documents. Canon offers solutions that can help you speed up document preparation, collaborate better with your associates, and integrate seamlessly with case management systems.
Do you often create pleadings with multiple exhibits and addenda? Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE Desktop is a complete solution for legal document assembly. It allows you to combine hard copy scanned pages, Microsoft Office documents, PDF files, photographs, and many other kinds of files. You can organize them in the right order and add page numbers to create a compelling case document for print or electronic distribution.
Canon Workflow Composer enables you to consolidate multistep workflows into custom, one touch buttons on imageRUNNER ADVANCE devices. For example, if you're working on a case with multiple attorneys, you can easily set up a button to scan and send a copy to every member of your team, as well as your case management system.
All imageRUNNER ADVANCE systems come equipped with Advanced Box, a new feature that allows you to store and access key documents. For example, you can store common forms, like conflict waivers or representation agreements, and print them out as needed. You can also save case-related documents - such as depositions and interrogatories - in folders that your legal staff can access from networked PCs.
With Canon document distribution solutions, your imageRUNNER ADVANCE device can become a high speed entry point for your case management system. Simply place case documents in the feeder, press a one-touch button, and manually add index fields or automatically capture them from your document. An electronic version is then stored into your database for easy retrieval at a later date.
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