Epona Legal B.V. today announced a unique relationship with Microsoft. The Dutch market leader in software for the legal profession is partnering with Microsoft on Matter Center for Office 365. Banning is excited about the new partnership and the pilot to leverage Office 365 in their firm.
Matter Center for Office 365 is a smart document management system based on SharePoint Online (Office365) which is in the cloud, which will be complemented by the addition of Epona’s DMSforLegal (DMSforOffice). The project will be delivered and deployed by Epona.
“It's a great honor for Epona to work in partnership with Microsoft to deliver such a powerful DMS solution on SharePoint in the Cloud. This collaboration also confirms to us that we have been working on the right solution set for the right platform. Moreover, working with Microsoft is an additional confirmation to the market that our solutions are timely and powerful for firms seeking to utilize SharePoint in the Cloud." Said Marjan Hermkes – van Ham (Managing Director Epona Legal B.V.)
Mark Bannenberg (Managing Partner at Banning) states: "We are delighted to use Epona's proven SharePoint solution DMSforLegal and look forward to piloting and taking advantage of features from the Matter Center. We are looking for a document management system that enables our lawyers to easily and efficiently work together in client files from different locations, in the Netherlands and abroad. We are confident that the synergy coming forth from uniting the expertise of Microsoft and Epona will result in achieving this goal and are convinced of this approach and the successful cooperation.”
The success of Epona with SharePoint based DMSforLegal, DMSforOffice and DMSforSharePoint proves the point that SharePoint is the future platform for document management in the legal industry.
Marjan Hermkes – van Ham added: "the combination of Office365, SharePoint Online, DMSforLegal and Matter Center, that also stores content within the EU borders proves out the case that law firms have been waiting for, which is that document management can be had at a reasonable cost, and meet the requirements of the practice of the legal community.”
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