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ThinkSmart And Sumati Team Up To Deliver Digital Business Processes And Automate Workflows For Corporate Legal Departments

Partnership Improves How the Office of General Counsel Leverages Technology to Lower Cost, Speed Cycle Time, Lower Risk and Increase Profits

SAN FRANCISCO, April 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- ThinkSmart, the fastest growing provider of powerful Cloud-based Business Process and Workflow Automation software and solutions, announced today a new certified services partner, Sumati. Oregon-based Sumati is the leading global provider of contract migration and Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) managed services. Sumati, whose clients are the Office of General Counsel at some of the best-known companies in the world, will now be able to offer the ThinkSmart Automation Platform (TAP) to their customers as well as a portfolio of services to implement TAP, including ongoing user support and technology managed services to support client workflows.

Sumati brings deep expertise and understanding of business processes to corporate legal departments. By helping legal teams automate simple and complex workflows, a tremendous amount of cycle time is saved and resources are better utilized. As a TAP certified partner, Sumati can easily support clients with prebuilt apps, or design and implement any number of automated legal or business processes from scratch, using simple drag and drop technology. Once these workflows are implemented, Sumati offers 24x7 TAP support as well as managed services to ensure that user adoption is high and business value is delivered. Using TAP, stakeholders work in a compliance-based environment (security standards and certifications include SSAE 16 (SOC), ISACA PII, ISO, PCI DSS 3.1, and HIPAA-HITECH), where workflow dashboards grant visibility into every transaction across the organization.

"In recent weeks, we have invested in building resources designed to bolster training and spur our partners' success. We are thrilled to welcome Sumati as a TAP Certified Partner. Sumati passed our rigorous and extensive testing to obtain this certification," said Paul Hirner, CEO, ThinkSmart. "As a longstanding market leader in the legal services industry, Sumati has impressed us with their knowledge and understanding of legal departments and how they operate."

"TAP is amazingly easy to use and is exactly what our customers have been asking us for; a technology solution that digitizes everyday business processes so that lawyers can focus on substantive issues of law," said Prashant Dubey, President and CEO, Sumati. "ThinkSmart built a platform that integrates into any legal business process and changes the way legal teams can automate workflows. Further, the workflows are clearly documented and auditable so that our clients can demonstrate good faith to any regulatory or judicial constituency."

With its recent product release, TAP continues to transform the user experience and provide state-of-the-art tools for companies to digitize the way they work. A few of TAP's latest enhancements include:

  • Centralized content and clause management integrated with dynamic document composition.
  • Offline completion of forms which automatically sync to TAP when users have connectivity.
  • Auto-generate online request forms via a simple PDF upload.
  • Centrally store templates for different workflow configurations (i.e. Conditions, Document Builder, Pre-population).

To learn more about the partnership, visit Sumati table #51 and ThinkSmart table #35 at the upcoming Corporate Legal Operations Institute (CLOC) Conference in Las Vegas, May 9-11, 2017. Register here at https://goo.gl/gWRP0a


ThinkSmart LLC, the fastest growing provider of powerful Cloud-based Digital Transaction Management (DTM) software, enables companies to automate and digitize business processes with the ThinkSmart Automation Platform (TAP). TAP provides intuitive drag and drop tools enabling companies to very quickly design, build and implement any workflow with no additional IT support required. TAP easily integrates with any internal legacy system, platform, or top tier eSign solutions, making it easy for organizations that need to operate more efficiently, cut costs and save time. In 2016 ThinkSmart was named a 'Hot Vendor in DTM' by Aragon Research. TAP operates anytime, anywhere and on any device; mobile app available to download in iTunes or Android app stores. For more information, visit www.thinksmart.com, call +1-888-489-4284, or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.


Sumati is the leading global provider of contract migration and CLM Managed Services. The Sumati ContEXT migration platform has analyzed and processed more than five million contract documents across all industries and contract types. Sumati CLM Managed Technology Services has enabled companies to cost effectively implement and manage their CLM environment as well as shorten contracting cycle time through CLM Managed Attorney services. Sumati is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, with additional offices located across the globe. For more information visit: www.Sumatigroup.com.

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