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NetDocuments Integrates DocuSign to Deliver End-to-End Digital Contract Management for Law Firms and Corporations
Trumpet, Inc.'s SignatureBridge middleware solution integrates NetDocuments with DocuSign NetDocuments, the leading native cloud/SaaS-based document and email management service for law firms and corporate legal departments, today announced the availability of a solution that integrates its industry-leading products with DocuSign Inc.'s (DocuSign®) eSignature and Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform. SignatureBridge, a middleware technology developed by NetDocuments technology partner Trumpet, Inc., will deliver seamless, end-to-end digital signature and cloud-based document and email management for law firms and corporate legal departments.
NetDocuments Announces Unprecedented Growth in Fourth Quarter, 250% new legal customer increase in 2015
Am Law and Global 100 Firms embrace NetDocuments cloud-based platform for enhanced security, usability, and product innovation Salt Lake City, UT – January 13, 2016 – NetDocuments, the leading native cloud/SaaS-based document and email management service for law firms and corporate legal departments, today announced the strongest quarter of growth to date, adding over 130 new customers in the fourth quarter of 2015. New customers added include Am Law 100 firms Arnold & Porter, Crowell & Moring, and Finnegan Henderson; top five European firm Cuatrecasas, UK 100 firm Sackers; Am Law 200 firm Thompson Hine; and other leading US-based firms Munsch Hardt, Reminger, and Miller Nash Graham & Dunn. These firms are all replacing their on-premises and hosted versions of on-premises systems with NetDocuments' native cloud-based document and email management solution.
Leading European firm Cuatrecasas, Goncalves Pereira and UK 100 firm Sackers switch from on-premises systems to NetDocuments native cloud-based service for modern document and email management London, UK – January, 12, 2016 – Cuatrecasas, Goncalves Pereira (Cuatrecasas), a leading European-based law firm with 1600 total staff across 24 offices, and Sackers, an award-winning UK top 100 law firm, both recently selected NetDocuments for document and email management (DMS). Both firms thoroughly evaluated multiple vendors and ultimately selected NetDocuments for its native cloud infrastructure, as well as its built-in security, compliance, usability, and customer-focused development.
UPDATE: ComputerWeekly interviews Neil Davison of Farrer & Co about the eFile project and technology initiatives at the firm. Read the interview Last year we announced that a top 100 UK law firm, Farrer & Co, selected NetDocuments for their document and email management. After a successfull implementation, the firm's IT Director, Neil Davison, stated: "We were confident in the selection of NetDocuments as our modern DMS platform and knew the rollout of the service was equally important in order to achieve firm-wide buy-in and 100% user adoption." Continuing with their innovation and technology improvement inititatives, the firm has just announced an eFile project working with Kodak alaris. The project is centered around improving information governance, records management, and DMS alignment for physical and digital records.
The 2015 International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) survey report highlights important market trends, challenges, and opportunities facing today's leading law firms. The rise of the cloud in legal technology has propelled firms forward in terms of how they service their clients, manage their data, and access their mission-critical systems across devices. However, one challenge as highlighted in the survey, is the lack of integration across cloud applications.
DocsCorp has just announced the completion of the contentCrawler integration with NetDocuments. According to the press release posted today, contentCrawler enables the automation and compression of image-based documents into text-searchable files across the firm's NetDocuments repository. Dean Sappey, DocsCorp President and Co-founder, commented: "We are delighted to announce our first true cloud integration. NetDocuments customers will now be able to take advantage of our automated processing capability to ensure that every document in every cabinet is 100% searchable and therefore accessible from any device. The next 12 months will see more exciting announcements from DocsCorp as contentCrawler moves further into the cloud to provide our NetDocuments customers with more options."
The NetDocuments Marketplace continues to attract vendors, integrators, and service providers who are writing integrations and building valuable add-on services to NetDocuments' core document and email management platform. Today FileTrail announced a partnership and completed integration of their physical records management product with NetDocuments. Read the announcement Full Visibility· Integrated management of physical records and electronic documentswithin the NetDocs Matter Workspace.· Unified view of physical records and electronic documents in one place.· One-click access to view physical records for the Matter.· Easy tools to request retrieval, manage multiple volumes, and muchmore.
Handshake Software, a leading provider of Sharepoint products and services for the legal market, announced earlier this year they had developed and released an integration with NetDocuments. The company has listed the integration both on their site and the NetDocuments Marketplace, and we're now following it up with a quick, 30 minute webinar to highlight the integration and its value to the market.
Legal IT Insider recently sat down with John Halton, Senior Legal Counsel at Financial Times, to discuss their move to NetDocuments for cloud-based document and email management. Financial Times represents the accelerated adoption of enterprise document and email management solutions by leading corporations. While the impetus to select a DMS may begin with the in-house counsel teams, we're seeing the solution spread to many other groups and departments across the organization, as they realize the security, collaboration, and usability benefits of a modern cloud-based service delivered via the cloud.