Davis Wright Tremaine LLP will Replace iManage with NetDocuments Cloud-Based Document and Email Management
NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management service for law firms, announced today that Davis Wright Tremaine LLP (DWT), a prominent law firm with nine offices and approximately 500 attorneys, will implement NetDocuments' DMS platform for improved usability, security, and productivity across its firm and client base.
"We were looking for a modern suite of tools from a company that had the track record and experience to continually innovate the management of documents and email, and collaborating with clients in a secure way," Rob O'Rielly, CIO at DWT, commented. "Document management is a critical piece of our information governance strategy, and we just didn't feel like our incumbent vendor was keeping up. Because NetDocuments is a subscription service updated several times per year, we'll have the benefit of a proven cloud technology that will keep pace with the market, client, and personnel demands for a modern platform that delivers productivity, mobility, and security."
As a finalist for ILTA's 2015 Innovative Law Firm Award, DWT is focused on technology-enabled solutions that deliver value to the firm's clients as well as its own professionals and staff. Mr. O'Rielly continues, "Our clients come first, and our decisions on what technology to adopt are driven by the need to provide innovative tools that are secure and promote usability so our people can take providing exceptional client service to the next level."
Matt Duncan, CEO of NetDocuments, stated, "We're seeing a distinct market trend. Firms are increasingly focused on technology initiatives based on solutions that meet not only usability needs, but also address the topics of information governance and security in a global marketplace. We're excited to welcome DWT as a customer in the NetDocuments community, and are thrilled to be attracting prominent global firms who see the value in eliminating the complexity of on-premises and hosted systems, while increasing productivity, security, and ultimately improving the way they work and service their clients."