New Microsoft Office Integrations with ndOffice™

NetDocuments has reengineered native Microsoft Office integrations to function entirely inside the Office applications, including the streaming versions of Office 365 Web Apps. Metadata tagging (profiling), file open, file save and folder and workspace navigation are all now available directly within the Office application. "NetDocuments ndOffice brings document management inside Word, Excel, and Power Point to offer end users an integrated and seamless experience while working with NetDocuments," said Leonard Johnson, vice president of marketing and product management at NetDocuments. "With no more switching back and forth between these applications and the browser, users can now manage versions, apply profile and security templates, open recent documents and perform global searches all within the Microsoft Office user interface."

NetDocuments Announces ndOffice™ and ndConnect™ to Embed Cloud-Based Document Management in MS Office, and Integrate with SkyDrive and Dropbox

NetDocuments brings document management directly into MS Office applications and integrates the enterprise content management service with Dropbox and SkyDrive Lehi, UT. January 22, 2014 -- NetDocuments, the leader in cloud-based document and email management, announced the development of two new technologies – ndOffice and ndConnect – to enhance the user experience in NetDocuments' cloud-computing content management and collaboration service. The technologies embed core document management functions directly into Microsoft Office, Office 365, SkyDrive and Dropbox, bringing deeper integrations and increased functionality with these industry-standard desktop and web applications to NetDocuments' service.

Leading London Law Firm Farrer & Co Selects NetDocuments for Electronic File System

LONDON, UK – NetDocuments, a leading EU-based document and email management service provider, announced today that Farrer & Co LLP (www.farrer.co.uk) has selected NetDocuments as its new document management system (DMS). In mid-2013, Farrer & Co embarked on a search to find a supplier to provide a single repository for electronic client files. Farrer & Co closely evaluated six potential solutions before selecting NetDocuments. According to Neil Davison, "NetDocuments stood out in a several key areas, including client collaboration capabilities, mobility, and improved product usability." Davison continues, "The project board determined that NetDocuments' intuitive browser-based system provides a significantly improved user interface and representation of a matter file compared to the traditional Document Management systems."