Trumpet, Inc. Releases Symphony OCR Solution Integrated with NetDocuments Cloud-Based Document and Email Management Service
Salt Lake City, UT – November 24, 2014 – Trumpet Inc., a premier provider of software and technology consulting, has built, tested, and deployed their Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software, known as Symphony OCR and integrated it with NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management service. Symphony OCR will further enhance NetDocuments' robust search capabilities for imaged files that are not yet text-searchable. "Trumpet is extremely excited to partner with NetDocuments to make Symphony OCR software available to their customers," said Robin Houston, Director of Sales and Marketing at Trumpet. "NetDocuments has very robust search functionality, however, many firms have as much as 50% of their database saved as image-based files which are not found during a text search. By installing Symphony OCR with NetDocuments, firms will be ensured ALL of their documents are text-searchable."
Industry Veteran and DMS Expert Troy Bartlett Joins NetDocuments as Cloud-Based Document Management Adoption in Law Firms Continues to Rise
NetDocuments, the leader in cloud-based document and email management, announced today that Troy Bartlett will join the company as Director of Technical Services. Troy brings with him over 20 years of experience in legal document management technology, and will lead the technical services team as they continue building tools and processes to transition firms from legacy systems into NetDocuments' modern, cloud-based application.
You purchased technology for your office some time ago to help improve work processes and make your practice more efficient. But you discover after a year or so that it is not being used effectively, or at all. How can you determine the effectiveness of your new technology investment? The first, and probably most important, aspect of ROI on your technology is to look into the adoption rate across the office to gauge if it's being used, how it's being used, and who are the ones using it. The best bang for your buck is undoubtedly when all users are employing the technology the way it was intended, to complete the most important tasks that the technology was designed to facilitate. Too often, we run across firms who focus so heavily on the deployment and implementation of technology and lose sight of actually taking advantage of the new benefits. According to Dider Bonnet of Harvard Business Review, ". . . true ROI of digital investments is collaboration among actively engaged users, smarter decision making, increased sharing of best practices and, over time, sustained behavior change."
Leading Canadian Law firm Soloway Wright Conducts a DMS Selection Process Choosing NetDocuments for Document and Email Management
Soloway Wright LLP, a leading Canadian commercial real estate and litigation firm, has selected NetDocuments' document and email management service over HP Autonomy's server-based document management system, iManage. As the firm continues to grow in the Ottawa / Eastern Ontario regions, the need for improved organization, mobility, and increased security became apparent, and the firm began the due diligence and selection process with the help of an outside consulting firm.
Ploum Lodder Princen, one of the leading law firms in The Netherlands, has selected NetDocuments as their document management system to modernise core technology throughout the firm. London, UK – Ploum Lodder Princen, a premier law firm in The Netherlands, has completed extensive due diligence to upgrade and modernise technology across the firm, and has chosen NetDocuments for their document management solution. The firm sought out a modern solution that would allow them to continue offering exceptional service to their clients, while lightening the technology footprint at the firm. NetDocuments simplifies the firm's complex requirements through secure collaboration and features that will improve the way the firm manages its documents and emails.
We recently sat down with Frank Gillman, the CIO at Lewis Brisbois, to learn more about the firms dramatic growth in recent years, moving the firm into the Am Law 100 list of the largest firms in the US. Accelerated primarily by acquisition, Lewis Brisbois relied heavily on the ability to ramp-up newly acquired firms quickly. Here are a few words from Frank. Ready to see a demo of how the NetDocuments service will change the way your firm practices law? Schedule it today.
LONDON, UK – The leading London-based law firm, Farrer & Co LLP, has successfully deployed NetDocuments' cloud-based service to all 400 individuals in the firm. Farrer & Co represents the first mid-market UK firm to implement a true cloud-based electronic file solution for managing documents and emails - giving their lawyers, partners, and staff seamless and secure access to their files from anywhere on any device and providing increased efficiency for clients.
The mobility revolution. According to Pew Research Internet Project, mobile technology has expanded increasingly in 2014 and will only continue to grow into 2015. Their research shows that: Along with these statistics, they also show that more than half of app users have uninstalled or decided to not install an app due to security concerns. There is increased pressure for law firms to adapt to this new mobile environment by making applications accessible outside of the office to keep productivity flowing. But, since data security is such a huge priority, there is hesitancy to log on to third-party applications for fear of exposing personal or sensitive information.
Some interesting stats and a nice article by Alan Cohen on the topic of data security in this years' technology survey of the Am Law 200 firms. A notable point is that there is no consensus as to which is the #1 security concern for top firm executives. However, the top three security issues for 74 of the top 200 firms are: The rise in security concerns is in part due to the pressure clients are putting on their firms. The pressure is coming in the form of audits, and lengthy questionnaires. "Five years ago, we didn't have security audits," Gary Becker, the CIO at Reed Smith, stated. "We've had over 15 of them this year."