dealcloser: modernizing the art of the deal

dealcloser is a unique online platform that streamlines the transaction process, creating a better transaction experience for lawyers and their clients .

June 9, 2017 – Legal transactions, or “deals”, are paper heavy and require a lot of time and people to complete. The many tasks required to keep a deal organized and running smoothly are time consuming for law firms and expensive for their clients.

dealcloser, a unique online software platform, is modernizing the deal closing process. With dealcloser, lawyers can now automate and even eliminate many of the non-value added tasks currently required to complete a deal, such as preparing signature pages, printing and organizing hundreds of documents into physical folders, and preparing a closing book. Lawyers can use dealcloser to manage a large number of documents, track document versions, and send documents for signatures, all from a secure, clean, and simple electronic interface – called the Dynamic Closing Agenda™. Clients can then review documents and execute the same at their convenience. The transaction process has never been easier.

“We created dealcloser to bring technological change to a stagnant transactional process,” said co-founder Ashvin Singh. “Paper and signatures are less common everywhere, but law firms haven’t kept up.”

DealCloser Inc. is launching dealcloser in June 2017 to its first customers. Check out www.dealcloser.ca for more information or to request a demonstration.

Contact us:

hello@dealcloser.ca
www.facebook.com/dealcloserapp/

DealCloser Inc. was co-founded in July 2016 by lawyers Amir Reshef and Ashvin Singh.

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