I.R.I.S. is proud to announce WorkSite - now revamped as iManage Work - is selected by business law firm Bull & Co to be their new document- and email management system. By using the best practice implementation approach “FastTrack” a swift and successful project is guaranteed.
Creates one of the largest independent providers of work product management software for legal, accounting and financial services professionals
The iManage leadership team today announced that it has completed a buyout from Hewlett-Packard (HP) for the purchase of the complete iManage business, including its brand, products and services. iManage co-founder and current General Manager Neil Araujo is the CEO of the management-owned company, now one of the largest independent software companies focused on work product management solutions for professional services firms and their clients. Rafiq Mohammadi, also a co-founder and former CTO of iManage, is returning to the company as Chief Scientist.
Although not officially announced yet, rumours in the legal technology community about a management buy-out by the WorkSite founders are getting stronger each day. Updates to our original story are in italics.
Across Five Offices in the US and Asia
NetDocuments, a leading cloud-based document and email management provider, today announced Keesal, Young & Logan (KYL), a prominent business law firm with an international client base, has selected NetDocuments cloud-based document management service (DMS) to replace their existing on-premises system.
NetDocuments, a leading cloud-based document and email management service (DMS), today announced it has received the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 27001 Certification confirming NetDocuments meets or exceeds international standards for data privacy, security, and information governance practices.
Many believed it to be the major news story at last year’s ILTA conference: Microsoft announcing a SharePoint-based document management solution for law firms and corporate legal departments: Microsoft Matter Center for Office 365.
The news raised some eyebrows in the industry. After all, Microsoft axed its legal vertical marketing team a couple of years earlier and let go of Norm Thomas, the “public face” of the team.
DocAuto, a globally trusted leader in Enterprise Content Management solutions and services, announced today that Nairn McCrudden has joined DocAuto’s UK team. With over 16 years of experience as a Senior Technical Support Analyst, Nairn has a proven track record of success with WorkSite implementations, rollouts, customer support, and training.
Fireman & Company, a leading consulting firm for law firms and corporate legal departments, has joined NetDocuments’ channel partner program to extend their technology portfolio. As law firms continue to aggressively seek modern solutions to better service their client base, Fireman & Company now has the ability to offer the leading, cloud-based document and email management service to help those firms upgrade their technology landscape.
NetDocuments, a leading cloud-based document and email management service, today announced its next generation encryption technology with advanced customer key management. The new security architecture includes up to three separate encryption keys for each data file and allows customer firms and corporations to hold and control specific encryption keys relating to sensitive documents or content falling under regulatory, compliance, or client-mandated data governance policies.
Report Reviews the Market for Legal Capable ECM and Document Management
Hyperion Global Partners, a premier business and technology consulting practice to the legal profession, today announces the company’s research arm has released its highly-anticipated MarketViewTM Report: Enterprise Content Management Systems for Legal (formerly Document Management Systems for Legal).
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