Ascertus named HotDocs Global Partner of the Year for 2016

Ascertus Limited, a provider of document and information lifecycle management solutions to law firms and corporate legal departments, has been awarded the title of Global Partner of the Year for 2016 by HotDocs, the document automation software specialist, at the recently held HotDocs User Group on 14th-15th June.

Facing competition from over 60 HotDocs partners across the globe, Ascertus has won this honour based on its longstanding business relationship with the company, new customer wins including some of the world's largest corporate brands, and excellent customer service that is delivered via a dedicated account management team for HotDocs clients.

HotDocs does not invite partners to apply for the award. It is granted based on the company's own assessment and comparison of performance of partner organisations worldwide.

Lois McLuckie, Head of Marketing at HotDocs said, "we would like to sincerely congratulate Ascertus for winning the HotDocs Partner of the Year award. We have a fantastic working relationship with Ascertus, so much so that they are pretty much an extension of our internal team. They have done an excellent job as a partner, communicating the benefits of our technology and attracting new companies to the HotDocs family. It's truly a well-deserved award."

An international event, the HotDocs User Group, held in London, UK this year; brought together customers and partners from nearly a dozen countries including Australia, United States, Canada, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Romania, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom.

Roy Russell, CEO of Ascertus Limited added, "we are delighted and privileged to receive this accolade. This award is a recognition of our knowledge of the HotDocs solution and the attention we pay to long term customer satisfaction. In fact, our friendly and proactive account management-led approach to business underpins our operation. HotDocs is an excellent offering and a key component of end-to-end document lifecycle management. We greatly value our relationship with the company and look forward to a continued partnership and mutual success."  

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