Leveraging ndOffice for Improved Usability and User Adoption at Burns & Levinson LLP

Leveraging ndOffice™ for Improved Usability and User Adoption at Burns & Levinson LLP

By:
The NetDocuments Team
Posted On:
Mar 28, 2016

We recently sat down with Henry Chace, CIO at Burns & Levinson, and Angela Down, Director of Practice Innovation to learn how ndOffice has revolutionized the way people work with their documents. ndOffice, now approaching its 1.8 release, is the power of NetDocuments native cloud-based document and email management service embedded inside Microsoft Office Applications. This allows for opening, editing, filing, tagging, saving, and navigating your NetDocuments account without ever leaving Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. Ready to see how ndOffice will improve usability, efficiency, and DMS adoption at your practice? Schedule a live demo with one of our experts.

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