LEHI, Utah, Aug 06, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- NetDocuments today announced Nixon Peabody LLP, a Global 100 corporate law firm, will use NetDocuments' cloud-based enterprise solution to meet its document and email management, collaboration and security needs.
"As a firm focused on the future, technology is integral to our operations and provides a competitive advantage," said Mike Green, chief information officer at Nixon Peabody. "NetDocuments gives us the agility and simplicity we require to keep pace with evolving technology and client demand. Its scalability and security fit our needs."
By allowing attorneys to work from anywhere at any time, NetDocuments' document and email management solution enables Nixon Peabody to maximize productivity and client collaboration while maintaining a secure environment. NetDocuments was selected as the firm's solution of choice after an extensive evaluation from the Nixon Peabody Technology Committee, which includes senior-level partners and associates from across the firm.
"Law firms that are aggressive in their efforts to invest in technology tend to see improved performance and greater operational efficiency," said Leonard Johnson, vice president of marketing and product management at NetDocuments. "We are thrilled to provide Nixon Peabody with a client-focused enterprise platform to meet the wide-ranging needs of its team of attorneys."
For more than a decade, NetDocuments has been solving the document management security concerns for some of the world's largest and most prestigious enterprises, law firms and financial services organizations.
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