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Clients of Law Firm Afterathena to Benefit From Next-Generation Document Automation Created b M-Files Ment

Clients of Law Firm Afterathena to Benefit From Next-Generation Document Automation Created b M-Files Ment


M-Files Ment No-Code Automation Tool Provides AfterAthena Clients with Self-Service Ability to Create Legal Contracts

Clients of leading Northern employment law, HR and health & safety firm AfterAthena, will benefit from a deal giving them access to one of the world’s leading document automation solutions.

The Preston, Lancashire-based firm has adopted M-Files Ment, a next-generation no-code automation tool from global information management leader M-Files, allowing AfterAthena’s clients to quickly and easily generate HR documents, including template contracts of employment, apprenticeship agreements and settlement agreements. Standard automated templates come as part of AfterAthena’s employment law retained service.

AfterAthena’s adoption of M-Files Ment will also help the firm to minimise repetitive tasks and optimise processes, allowing more time to focus on better serving clients and building relationships.

The M-Files Ment ‘one-of-a-kind’ self-service tool saves time and resources while providing assurance that generated documents are the right versions, reflect high quality standards, and are compliant with company best practices.

 AfterAthena, part of Napthens Group, launched this year and is working with clients including Booths, YMCA and Blackburn Rovers Football Club.

This move supports the group’s vision to provide great value to clients and be known for its outstanding client relationships.

Chris Boyle, head of AfterAthena and head of employment at Napthens, said: "There is growing pressure on business leaders, directors and HR professionals to make HR processes simple, fast and effective – an integral part of that is legal services."

“M-Files Ment will help AfterAthena’s clients use the latest technology to create and update important documents, wherever they are in the world."

“With standard and bespoke options available, HR professionals will benefit from this innovative technology to provide a smooth service for their business, with the flexibility that AfterAthena allows."

“Technology is supporting advances in the support we provide, and by partnering with organisations like M-Files, we will enable professionals to quickly and easily draft relevant documents, making their lives easier in the process.”

M-Files Ment is the first 100% visual, no-code automation interface tool. Clients worldwide value its ease of use and client facing functionality.

Kaisa Kromhof, vice president of M-Files Ment, said: "We are pleased to be working with AfterAthena to deliver an innovative client-facing service that utilises M-Files Ment to generate complex data-driven documents speedily and consistently." 

“We applaud AfterAthena’s client-centric approach and know its use of M-Files Ment will support the wider provision of outstanding service to clients."

“By being at the forefront of client-facing legal technology innovation, AfterAthena will be able to use the M-Files Ment solution to help deliver a bespoke service that clients within the legal industry need now, and in the future."

“It has never been more vital to heighten productivity in handling ever-increasing volumes of contracts and critical documents. We’ll continue to work together to improve the experience businesses face and help HR professionals do their jobs in the most efficient manner possible.”

M-Files acquired Ment in February 2023. Founded in 2016 by Kaisa Kromhof, Ment empowers knowledge workers to release automated content anywhere and generate documents directly from third-party input in a secure and compliant way. M-Files Ment’s robust document automation capabilities strengthen M-Files' offerings to bring legal professionals solutions to work smarter and deliver significant business impact.