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Knackly’s Frequently Asked Questions
What is the typical Return on Investment for automating with Knackly?
In the first year, Knackly typically gives you about 4-6 times ROI. Our experience with document automation over the past 20 years has shown that automation can cut away 70% of your drafting time.
How does the Return on Investment compare to other automation solutions?
Knackly document automation is significantly faster than other automation solutions available today – we estimate that with Knackly you can automate your documents 50% faster than its competitors. In addition to a greater ROI, Knackly also provides several built-in, powerful features that other automation solutions don’t offer.
How does Knackly reduce errors in documents?
Knackly reduces errors primarily by ensuring that you type in every piece of information just one time; after the initial entry, that information populates throughout your documents exactly the same as it was typed in. This reduces the chance of typos and different spellings.
Knackly also gives you the opportunity to ensure that everything in your document is exactly as you want it to be before you begin automation. Often we find that document drafters are reusing documents that have errors in them, which sometimes get caught on review and more often do not. With automation, you have one single template that you carefully ensure is error-free, and because you are using the same template every time, errors don’t have a chance to creep into your documents.
What types of documents can be automated in Knackly?
Knackly can be used to automate almost any document, but some documents lend themselves better to automation than others. Any document that you reused over and over again is a good candidate for automation and will provide a high ROI for you. Documents we have automated include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Litigation Letters
- Case Management Letters
- Engagement Letters, Fee Letters, Closing Letters, etc.
- Powers of Attorney
- Medicaid Applications
- Bills of Sale
- Organizational Minutes
- Operating Agreements
- Business Contracts
- Business Proposals
- Financial Declarations
- Escrow Documents
- Loan Agreements
- Promissory Notes
- Regulatory Agreements