UK Top 100 Law Firm Lewis Silkin Selects NetDocuments’ Leading Cloud Platform

October 2, 2018
London, UK

Global firm with 55 partners, 300+ legal professionals and 5 offices based in the UK and Asia future proofs with NetDocuments cloud strategy.

NetDocuments, the leading secure cloud-based content services platform for law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments, , announced today that Lewis Silkin, a UK based top 100 firm has selected NetDocuments’ cloud platform as a foundation for the firm’s transformation to more agile and innovative legal services delivery. The firm chose the secure, cloud-based NetDocuments platform including its ndMail predictive email solution after an extensive competitive review and evaluation of other legal document management providers.

The NetDocuments multi-tenant platform offers a single global instance of software to all NetDocuments customers and enables Lewis Silkin to give their users advanced functionality and the ability to review documents on the move. Beyond market-leading security and collaboration features, the firm’s decision to choose the NetDocuments cloud platform was further validated by NetDocuments for Android and the peace of mind that comes from knowing NetDocuments makes mobility easy.

Carol Skinner, Head of IT at Lewis Silkin, commented, “Moving to the cloud was an easy choice for our firm. We consulted with a group of users, internally over a 7-month period to determine who was going to take us there. Based on cloud maturity, security, usability and mobility, NetDocuments was the obvious choice for us.”

Guy Phillips, VP International Business, at NetDocuments stated, “Innovative, award-winning firm, Lewis Silkin was looking for a legal-centric, cloud-based tool that could support the way their lawyers needed to work.  Based on the firm’s exponential growth within the last decade, the time came to replace its existing Microsoft SharePoint-based DMS with NetDocuments’ safe, ready, and proven native cloud platform.  We are delighted to welcome Lewis Silkin to the NetDocuments family.”