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Create complex documents in minutes

Atlanta, August 21, 2023: Kim, the no-code, SaaS, patent-protected document generation, assembly, and workflow automation platform, today announced the latest enhancement to Kim Document by adding no-code document assembly functionality. This addition, brought into the product from Kim’s Enterprise solution, empowers users to effortlessly create complex documents using common, centrally held, and reusable content from the content and clause libraries managed within Kim Document.

With document assembly, users can harness simple logic rules defined in Kim's intuitive no-code authoring tool. This feature empowers users to define rules with ease using familiar logic operations, including "less than", "greater than", “equals”, "contains", and more.

Once a rule is met, Kim's dynamic system executes a configured action that can replace, delete, insert, append, or pre-append content from the extensive content and clause Libraries. This seamless integration ensures that users can access frequently used content quickly, enhancing consistency and efficiency across all documents.

The content & clause libraries house frequently used and reusable content, ensuring consistency and accuracy across all assembled documents. Moreover, content and clauses can include tagged elements, making it possible to customize content based on answers from a form-based questionnaire.

"We are delighted to introduce document assembly to customers of Kim Document," said Karl Chapman, CEO of Kim. "This game-changing feature, which has been in our enterprise solution since 2016, exemplifies our commitment to commoditizing document creation by providing users with low-cost, globally proven tools that simplify their workflows and increase productivity."

Document assembly enhances how businesses and individuals create documents, making it easier and more efficient than ever before. Whether assembling contracts, agreements, or any other document, Kim's new feature sets a new standard for simplicity, speed, and accuracy.

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