INSIDE NetDocuments AI Workshop
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The @NetDocuments approach is unique. We are building AI workbenches to achieve our goal of an Invisible DMS, whereby customers and business partners can submit any content - email, documents, pitch-books. Once the content is submitted our SOLR platform process the document, classifies, extracts parties, names, dates, etc. The results are available for personalized search, governance or marketing teams to query collected names for business process outside the document. Consider the possibilities available as document content is unlocked.
NetDocuments Hosts Over 150 Legal Professionals at Annual Partner Summit
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The three-day event included numerous tracks, allowing individuals to tailor their experience and training focus. Sessions ranged from sales enablement to technical implementation, data migration, and even a hackathon for building integrations on the NetDocuments platform.
8,500 Users Ask Am Law 100 Firms: Please Give Me A Better DMS
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Another ILTA has passed. The strong peer-powered experiences reinforced what we feel every day: the pace of change accelerates to fill all available time (and budget).
Mike Green and Paul Phillips from Nixon Peabody LLP Talking on Legal Technology and the Decision to Move to NetDocuments
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Schedule a demo with one of our experts to learn more about why leading firms like Nixon Peabody are turning to NetDocuments native cloud-based DMS.
Designing for Domain Practices of Law Firms
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Can a good DMS actually make better lawyers? By approaching technology use as one half of an integrated human-machine system, the design and implementation of software can improve a professional’s performance by reducing extraneous effort, eliminating pain points, and streamlining workflows. Learn how NetDocuments is designed for lawyers. Read the article
NetDocuments CTO, Alvin Tedjamulia, Featured in Legal IT Today
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In the most recent issue of Legal IT Today, Alvin Tedjamulia weighs in on on an important topic and question every law firm IT department should be asking themselves...
Leveraging ndOffice™ for Improved Usability and User Adoption at Burns & Levinson LLP
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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.
Upcoming Webinars: FileTrail, Workshare, and Salesforce.com
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NetDocuments has a robust ecosystem of technology partners who have created value-add integrations, plug-ins, and add-on services to NetDocuments' leading cloud-based document and email management platform. We like to periodically highlight these integrations through 30-minute educational sessions, showcasing the value of the integration, walking the audience through a live demo, and highlighting the key drivers around why global firms and corporations of all sizes are adopting a best-in-class, secure, compliant, and integrated approach to managing documents and email.
Ari Kaplan Podcast: Key Drivers of Cloud-Based Document and Email Management
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Interested in learning more? Schedule a one-on-one demo to see how NetDocuments is changing the way firms address security, compliance, and productivity in today's mobile and global workforce.
30-min Webinar Recording: Improving Information Governance with Predictive Email Management
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As client pressure around security, compliance, and audits continues to rise, information governance and its many facets are taking center stage in today's leading law firms. Effectively managing content continues to plague a sound information governance strategy, and email remains one of the most difficult areas to ensure knowledge transfer, correct classification, and compliance. The way email is handled firm-wide in terms of storage, tagging, filing, and collaboration, will either work to support the information governance strategy or become a hindrance to it. Being able to understand the differences will put the firm in a stronger compliance position when the customer audits start coming in.

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