WordFusion is an enterprise-level document assembly and management system.
What does this mean? Essentially it provides tools that allow you to create forms which may then be used to gather information directly from users, as well as integrating with Outlook, Practice, CRM, Workflow, and other systems.
And when the data collection is all done, WordFusion is able to import this information directly into document templates, potentially saving you a huge amount of time.
The program is extremely versatile. You can access your files locally, over your network or the web, for instance; documents can be opened as Word or PDF files; and there's comprehensive version control, a powerful enterprise search tool, and direct data integration from Access, SQL Server, Oracle and more.
But of course you'll need to invest some time in learning the WordFusion fundamentals before you can take advantage of all this power. Form design alone can feel like a major exercise in software development, with multiple controls available, many layout options, data controls, maybe scripts - it's a feature-packed environment which feels not dissimilar to Visual Studio.