Nationally Recognized Law Firm, Bullivant Houser Bailey PC, Switches from HP Autonomy’s iManage to NetDocuments

May 12, 2015
Salt Lake City, UT

Bullivant Houser Bailey PC has chosen NetDocuments to replace iManage for their document and email management system as the firm continues to adapt to technology demands for their growing client base. The firm relies on leading technology to support accelerating growth, so the challenge was to replace their on-premises document management system and find a more scalable solution that would allow them to meet increasing client demands for security, collaboration, and firm-wide productivity. An extensive due diligence process concluded that NetDocuments' modern, cloud-based platform was the solution that would keep the firm on the cutting edge of technology, while continuing to offer world-class service to their client base.

Cloud technology for mission-critical applications such as document and email management continues to rise in law firms, as a need for a more secure, scalable, and the user-friendly option is sought out in response to increasing demands of productivity, collaboration, security, and compliance. "We chose NetDocuments as an industry leader and best-of-breed solution in support of the specific requirements of our attorneys and client base," said Mark Reber, Senior Marketing Manager at Bullivant. "Security of client information is paramount, but mobility and availability are also extremely important. The four walls of our law firm have moved and we find that our personnel rely on continuous access to their documents and email as they serve our clients."

NetDocuments' mobile cloud platform allows for anywhere, anytime access to documents and email with improved security and encryption over on-premises systems. "Bullivant's decision to continue to upgrade their technology was centered on the need for a secure, collaborative, and mobile platform for documents and email," said John Martucci, Senior Account Executive at NetDocuments. "The firm's technology infrastructure was already very advanced, and adding the NetDocuments platform to the overall landscape will decrease the burden on IT, while increasing productivity, mobility, and collaboration."