Capensys Annouces Turnkey SKILL-UP! Program and LEARNING-IN-ACTION Skills Evaluation Tool

London, New York & San Francisco: Capensys Ltd., a full-service training company for law firms and experts in user adoption and change management, today announced the expansion of their Skill-Up! program to include Learning in Action (LiA), a skills evaluation tool to check user efficiency within any application.

In the increasingly competitive global legal market, firms are facing client demands for greater efficiency in the handling of their matters and the need to maintain profit margins when asked for alternative fee arrangements. It has now become mission critical for firms to increase proficiency by enhancing attorney and staff technology skills. The Capensys Skill-Up! program helps firms improve efficiency and profitability by providing a turnkey training program for attorneys and staff.

Skill-Up! is based on the LTC4 (Legal Technology Core Competencies Certification Coalition) industry standard core competencies and includes all of the online learning and tools needed for implementing a continuous learning and certification program. It also prepares attorneys for any type of technology audit.

The new LiA tool extends Skill-Up! by adding another dimension to the Capensys skill-building and skill-checking suite of tools. LiA records and analyzes a user’s actions across multiple live applications, then compares these with the various correct ways of performing the workflow. It provides a truly accurate evaluation of a user’s efficiency through score and/or and time taken to undertake a set of standard tasks. The LiA tool also allows firm training staff to easily create their own skills evaluation exercises as needed.

Capensys and DocsCorp Announce Partnership at ILTA to Develop Online Learning

DocsCorp has teamed up with education experts Capensys to develop a series of online learning modules for its pdfDocs and compareDocs products.

Capensys Ltd., experts in user adoption, change management and full-service training company for law firms and DocsCorp, a global leader in document productivity software for document management professionals, today announced that they have partnered to create comprehensive online learning for compareDocs 4, document comparison software, and pdfDocs 4, PDF management software to ensure law firms get the most from their software investment.

The Capensys goal-based approach to learning will allow firms to provide targeted training for all types of users, and which will encourage user adoption rates. The content, a mixture of video and audio lessons, will integrate with leading Learning Management Systems (LMS) to help manage an individual’s learning and development needs.

“We are thrilled to be able to work directly with DocsCorp to further develop our online learning library for the latest versions of their software,” said Sue Pasfield Director at Capensys. “Our scenario-based online learning provides a relevant “real world” learning experience for users and is proven to increase user adoption.”

The companies share many customers so the partnership will be mutually beneficial. Knowledge experts from both companies will work closely to create engaging curriculum, which can be offered to both Capensys and DocsCorp clients.

Capensys and DocsCorp will be exhibiting at the upcoming ILTA conference in Nashville on August 17-21, 2014. Capensys will be at booth 321 and DocsCorp at booth 313.

Any firms interested in learning more about DocsCorp and its suite of document productivity software, can contact DocsCorp at:

About DocsCorp:
DocsCorp provides document professionals who use enterprise content management systems with integrated, easy-to-use software and services that extend document processing, review, manipulation and publishing workflows inside and outside their environment to drive business efficiency and to increase the value of their existing technology investment. DocsCorp operates in all countries around the world with customers located throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia/Pacific. More than 3,500 organizations rely on DocsCorp software every