Integrate Knackly with Curo365
Lawyers using Curo365 can track clients, matters, and calendars, but are left wanting for document automation and integration. You need conditional logic, embedded lists, complex signature blocs, a sharable, single-interview intake process, and write-back capability to Curo365, closing the gaps between your performance and potential.
Integration with Curo365
Curo365 syncs your information with Knackly. By using Curo's integration you start your process right in the matter. Ensuring that everything is up to date.
Save documents directly to Curo365
Curo365 automatically synchronizes your documents for you. Eliminating the need to download and upload your documents into Curo365.
Create documents with conditional logic
Knackly is a platform that offers a no-code solution for creating customizable legal document templates. One of the key features of Knackly is its ability to incorporate conditional logic into these templates, which makes it easy for users to ensure that the right questions are asked based on the logic that is built into the template.
With Knackly’s no-code solution, users don’t need to have any programming or coding experience to create or customize their own legal document templates. They can simply use the platform’s intuitive interface to build their templates and incorporate the necessary conditional logic.
Don’t just take our word, see what Knackly users are saying
“This is a really great product. It is still being refined. Eventually this will be the product to use regardless. There are still some missing features that some people might miss but overall really great.”
“I’ve been able to do everything I have needed to do in Knackly so far. I like using the external client interviews and look forward to the coming improvements they will release.”
“I’m still in the implementation phase but so far it is an amazing product. There is a little bit of a learning curve but the customer support is fabulous!”
See how Knackly can help you with your existing Curo365 process
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