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Tampa software firm, with eye on AI, rebrands a subsidiary


  • By Jim Stinson
  • | 5:30 p.m. December 5, 2023
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Artificial intelligence has now reached the next contract you may sign, and it's a need one Tampa Bay company is hoping to meet.

To do that, Tampa-based software company Accusoft has rebranded its subsidiary OnTask to Docubee. Docubee is a SaaS (software-as-a-service) technology product of Accusoft, which has 30 years of experience in the tech industry.

A company spokesperson says Accusoft saw a growing need in contract automation and management, and rebranded based on the demand.

Accusoft officials say Docubee simplifies the once complex process of contract creation.

The refined Docubee platform offers at least four core contract solutions: Collecting information to incorporate into contracts and agreements: creating contracts swiftly through templates, AI, or by creating and editing from scratch; sharing contracts for editing, review and approval; and capturing secure, compliant and legally binding signatures on any device.

Accusoft says its band has seen tremendous growth in recent years with the launch of innovative tools like AI document generation, eSignature APIs, and workflow tools, as well as partnerships, as with legal-case management software leader SmartAdvocate.

"The customer-focused personality of Docubee will also play out as we refine our product offerings to further support our clients and improve the user experience," says Megan Brooks, Accusoft COO,  who oversees product brands such as Docubee. 

Accusoft officials say the past six years leading up to the rebrand have centered upon the development of contract automation solutions that use the latest technology, such as A.I., to more efficiently produce contract-related jobs.

 

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Jim Stinson

Jim Stinson is the Business Observer's Tampa Bay business reporter and editor, having previously written about business and policy in Washington, D.C.; Rochester, New York; Gary, Indiana; and Daytona Beach. He attended Boston University for business and Indiana University for journalism.

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