NetDocuments Adds 600 new customers in 18 Months as Security and Usability Accelerate Adoption of its Cloud-Based Document and Email Management Service
Enterprise security, redefined user experience, and the simplicity of cloud adoption bring 600 new customers to NetDocuments in the past 18 months. September 24, 2015 - NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management (DMS) service provider for legal and other professional services markets, today announced it has signed 600 new customers in the past 18 months, with over 15% of the Am Law firms now using NetDocuments document and/or email management services.
NetDocuments Responds to Growth in APAC by Partnering with NEXTDC for Regional Data Centre Infrastructure
Sydney Australia – NetDocuments, the leader in cloud-based document and email management (DMS), has announced the expansion of their global data centre infrastructure to the APAC region with the addition of two data centres hosted by NEXTDC in Australia. NetDocuments' presence in the region is growing at an accelerated pace with adoption from dozens of leading organisations, including a top-10 Australian law firm. The priority to establish an APAC regional data centre infrastructure was essential in supporting the customer base as firms, corporations, and professional services organisations continue to adopt NetDocuments' cloud-based service.
Davis Wright Tremaine Awarded Innovative Law Firm of the Year by The International Legal Technology Association
Last week, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) named the leading Seattle-based firm, Davis Wright Tremaine, the Innovative Law Firm of the Year. The innovation award represents the firm's commitment to delivering exceptional service to their clients by leveraging technology and process innovation across their nine offices and over 500 attorneys. "Clients are telling us that they value the investment we've made in innovation and that we are giving them tools that they don't already have," said Jay Hull, DWT's chief innovation partner. "That's exactly our mission—deploying people, process improvement, and technology to make the lives of in-house counsel easier. We want to be a seamless partner in helping companies succeed, and we are thrilled to have these efforts recognized by the cutting-edge members of ILTA."
NetDocuments Announces Expansion of Integrated Cloud-Based Technologies for the Legal and Professional Services Markets
Update: Microsoft lists NetDocuments as a Software Partner on the Microsoft website, profiling NetDocuments, the partnership, and the developments and strategic alignment with Azure, Office 365, and ndOffice. Salt Lake City, UT – August 31, 2015 – Today, NetDocuments, a leading cloud-based document and email management (DMS) provider, announced that it will fully integrate its services with Microsoft cloud technologies, helping to transform law firm and legal department productivity in the cloud.
Prominent Am Law Firm Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Selects NetDocuments for Cloud-Based Document and Email Management
Salt Lake City, UT – 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."
Am Law 100 Firm Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz P.C. Selects NetDocuments for Cloud-Based Document and Email Management
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz P.C. (Baker Donelson), a leading Am Law 100 firm headquartered in Memphis, TN with 19 offices and over 1,300 people, has selected NetDocuments cloud-based service for document and email management. Salt Lake City, UT – August 27, 2015 – NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) document and email management (DMS) provider for law firms, announced today that Baker Donelson will replace its on-premises DMS with NetDocuments for improved security, usability, and mobility across the firm's 19 offices and 700 attorneys.
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP will Replace iManage with NetDocuments Cloud-Based Document and Email Management
Salt Lake City, UT – NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management service for law firms, announced today that Davis Wright Tremaine LLP (DWT), a prominent law firm with nine offices and approximately 500 attorneys, will implement NetDocuments' DMS platform for improved usability, security, and productivity across its firm and client base. "We were looking for a modern suite of tools from a company that had the track record and experience to continually innovate the management of documents and email, and collaborating with clients in a secure way," Rob O'Rielly, CIO at DWT, commented. "Document management is a critical piece of our information governance strategy, and we just didn't feel like our incumbent vendor was keeping up. Because NetDocuments is a subscription service updated several times per year, we'll have the benefit of a proven cloud technology that will keep pace with the market, client, and personnel demands for a modern platform that delivers productivity, mobility, and security."
Solfecta Joins the NetDocuments Channel Partner Program as Cloud-Based Adoption of Legal Technology Continues to Increase
Salt Lake City, UT – Solfecta, a premier provider of legal technology services, has joined the NetDocuments channel partner program to add the leading service to their current offerings of productivity tools for growing law firms. With years of combined technology experience, the Solfecta team is poised to provide expertise that now includes training and implementation services of the leading, cloud-based platform for document and email management.
Leading Kentucky Law Firm, McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland, PLLC, Selects NetDocuments after Extensive Due Diligence Process
Salt Lake City, UT – McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland (McBrayer) PLLC, Kentucky's leading law firm, has chosen NetDocuments for their document and email management after an extensive search for a software platform that would coincide with the firm's overall objectives of modernity, customer service, and productivity. Their due diligence process concluded that NetDocuments would more efficiently streamline processes that the firm previously struggled to optimize consistently. With its modern platform and easy-to-use interface, NetDocuments was a practical choice for the firm moving forward.
Keesal, Young & Logan to Deploy NetDocuments Cloud-Based Document and Email Management Service Across Five Offices in the US and Asia
Salt Lake City, UT – NetDocuments, a leading cloud-based document and email management provider, today announced Keesal, Young & Logan (KYL), a prominent business law firm with an international client base, has selected NetDocuments cloud-based document management service (DMS) to replace their existing on-premises system. Attending LegalTech West Coast in San Francisco, where the firm is currently a finalist for an LTN Innovation Award, KYL's Director of Information, Justin Hectus, stated, "We invest in the best technology available because it directly benefits our clients. Our previous system was stable and doing its job, but the switch to NetDocuments provides opportunities for more efficient cross-office collaboration, increased mobility, enhanced security, quicker recovery in the event of a disaster, and overall improved service for our global clients, all of which are key objectives for the firm. A DMS upgrade wasn't even in the plan for 2015, but the NetDocuments value proposition was so strong that we shuffled our priorities to make it happen."