Prominent Am Law Firm Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Selects NetDocuments for Cloud-Based Document and Email Management
NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) document and email management (DMS) provider for law firms, announced today that Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC (Buchanan), will replace its on-premises systems with NetDocuments' cloud-based service.
NetDocuments will replace both OpenText and iManage, due to a recent firm acquisition at Buchanan. "The need to consolidate the two existing DMS systems gave us an opportunity to step back and rethink our DMS initiatives around compliance, information governance, and accessibility. We saw NetDocuments as an opportunity for new innovation in the legal document and email management space," Phil Casale, CIO at Buchanan stated. "It wasn't just about eliminating the complexity that comes with an on-premises system or a desire to say we are in the cloud, we needed a technology solution that would provide a more contemporary interface and take our firm into the future, helping us meet the demands for enhanced security, compliance, and encryption, as well as the mobility and usability our staff and clients expect."
Frequently recognized with industry awards for individual and firm achievements, Buchanan's focus is to provide exceptional service to their clients through secure tools and technology-enabled solutions like NetDocuments. Mr. Casale continues, "Now, more than ever, our technology is playing a prominent role in the delivery of our legal services to our clients. The NetDocuments solution provides us greater opportunity to deliver innovative services to our clients while meeting the security, compliance, and encryption demands that the market is requiring."
Matt Duncan, CEO of NetDocuments commented, "We're thrilled to add Buchanan to the growing global community of firms who are reaping the benefits of a true DMS cloud solution. Security, mobility, and usability are the driving market forces for innovation at NetDocuments, as we continue to deliver the leading cloud platform that is attracting prominent firms like Buchanan to the service."