Microsystems today announces the addition of 14 new DocXtools law firm customers in conjunction with the release of DocXtools version 7.1, signaling continued corporate growth. Increasingly, DocXtools is being used by lawyers to meet client demands for enhanced collaboration and modern, navigable documents.
Microsystems continued investment in DocXtools, fueled by the legal industry’s growing need for solutions that improve document quality and production efficiency as well as mitigate risk, solidifies Microsystems position as a leading technology provider.
Some of the law firms located across the United States that recently licensed DocXtools software include Patton Boggs LLP; Montgomery McCracken Walker and Rhoads LLP; Barack Ferrazzano Kirschbaum & Nagelberg LLP; Liner Grode Stein Yankelevitz Sunshine Regenstreif & Taylor LLP; Archer & Grenier P.C.; Irell & Manella LLP and Bowditch & Dewey, LLP. Additionally, Winstead PC added the DocXtools Numbering, Table of Contents, DocID and PDF Compare Plus Modules to its DocXtools license.
Law firms in the United Kingdom and Ireland that recently licensed DocXtools include Taylor Wessing LLP; Eugene F. Collins; Winckworth Sherwood LLP; Boodle Hatfield LLP; Brabners Chaffe Street LLP; and Olswang LLP.
DocXtools is now used by 77% of the AM Law 100. This latest product release further addresses the needs of the legal industry by opening up Word’s Backstage View to enhance configuration options and improving lawyer’s ability to assess the health of a document and apply corrective clean up, styles and formatting.
“Most of the world’s top law firms rely on DocXtools to improve document production and minimize common document issues that negatively affect collaboration,” said Microsystems CEO Tom O’Sullivan. “Microsystems is focused on continually driving added value for our clients through our ongoing investment in DocXtools.”
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