GhostDraft is a customer communications and document automation platform. It's not strictly a legaltech platform but is often used in industries such as insurance and financial services where large amounts of complex, regulatory-driven documentation are required. GhostDraft is used by law firms to generate legal documents including standard client correspondence, court forms, complex corporate documents, and contracts. Ghostdraft is based in Toronto and was founded in 2011, although the GhostDraft document composition engine goes back to 1984.
GhostDraft helps companies create and manage the various documents they need to send to their customers - such as letters, contracts, quotes, and policies. It provides features like dynamic document generation, advanced workflows, regulatory compliance, and more.
GhostDraft also offers a cloud-based service, enabling users to access and generate documents from anywhere. This can be particularly helpful for companies with remote or distributed teams.
However, while GhostDraft is used in industries that have substantial legal requirements, it may not offer specific legal-focused features like some other legaltech platforms do.