Ploum Lodder Princen, a premier law firm in The Netherlands, has completed extensive due diligence to upgrade and modernise technology across the firm, and has chosen NetDocuments for their document management solution. The firm sought out a modern solution that would allow them to continue offering exceptional service to their clients, while lightening the technology footprint at the firm.
The leading London-based law firm, Farrer & Co LLP, has successfully deployed NetDocuments’ cloud-based service to all 400 individuals in the firm. Farrer & Co represents the first mid-market UK firm to implement a true cloud-based electronic file solution for managing documents and emails - giving their lawyers, partners, and staff seamless and secure access to their files from anywhere on any device and providing increased efficiency for clients.
World Software Corporation is proud to announce that legal industry professionals chose Worldox as the best document management system (DMS) in recent surveys. The New York Law Journal's 2014 Reader Rankings chose Worldox as #1 in the Best Document Management Software category.
Handshake Software, Inc., the market leading, award-winning provider of Microsoft SharePoint-based products and services to the legal market, today announced the availability of Handshake Converter, a new product that converts documents and other files from legacy document management systems such as HP iManage, OpenText eDOCS, file shares and others to Microsoft SharePoint, both on premise and online with Office 365.
Cooper Grace Ward, one of Brisbane’s largest independent law firms, has chosen NetDocuments to replace their existing on-premise document management solution with the help of Feynbrook, one of NetDocuments certified channel partners servicing the Australian market.
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.
NetDocuments, the leader in cloud based document and email management, today announced the appointment of Wayne Harris as Senior Vice President of Global Sales. With over 20 years of executive sales management experience, Wayne will lead NetDocuments’ global sales strategy and partner programs to achieve rapid growth in the legal document management market.
Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, one of Tennessee’s oldest and most established law firms, has selected NetDocuments to replace their existing document management system. Modernizing technology continues to be a priority for Waller, and NetDocuments allows the firm to take their document management to the cloud, simplifying their complex requirements of collaboration and mobility.
Prosperoware announced today that it has acquired the software products of LegalOasis. The purchase significantly expands Prosperoware’s client base and gives LegalOasis customers access to a rich array of add-on products for the HP WorkSite DMS, the leading document management system in legal.
At the 2014 International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) conference, Microsoft made what could be a major splash for the legal vertical. Adding to their push for Office 365, Microsoft announced Matter Center. Although it is being marketed as “for Office 365″, Microsoft says it could also work in either hybrid or on-premises SharePoint environments. That said, the fact that the focus is on Office 365 tells you all you really need to know: This is it. This is the tipping point that Microsoft is betting on. The tipping point to grab a market share of legal Enterprise Content Management with an application that is geared to be delivered from the Cloud.
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