NetDocuments, the leading secure cloud-based content services platform for law firms, corporate legal teams and compliance departments, today announced that Dickinson Wright, an Am Law 200 firm with 500 attorneys across 19 offices has selected NetDocuments as its secure cloud-based content services platform. The firm, which had been using OpenText’s on-premise eDocs document management system (DMS), selected NetDocuments in order to provide secure centralized, cloud-based document access, within a user-friendly and easy to use DMS platform. In addition, the firm selected ndMail for predictive email filing as well as ndThread for chat-based collaboration.
Premier technology and life sciences law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich and Rosati (WSGR) has selected the NetDocuments' platform as a key step in the firm’s ongoing strategy to move their entire technology stack to a cloud-based model.
NetDocuments Introduces SetBuilder to Simplify Document Organization for Transactional Closings and More
Acquisition of Chapman and Cutler LLP’s Closing Room for deal management and closing-binder generation now fully integrated within NetDocuments platform. NetDocuments, the leading, secure cloud-based content services platform, today introduced SetBuilder, the fully-integrated NetDocuments application based on the acquisition of Chapman and Cutler’s Closing Room solution. NetDocuments SetBuilder provides users an easy way to combine and organize sets of documents in one location entirely within the secure NetDocuments infrastructure. Originally developed at Chapman and Cutler to coordinate closings, automate manual closing binder processes and drastically accelerate the time-consuming and manual closing process, NetDocuments sees SetBuilder solving these challenges, and many others, for organizations across the globe.
We are only three months into 2019 and the NetDocuments team has wasted no time scooping up industry accolades for it’s award-winning products, emerging technologies and thought leadership in the knowledge management space. So far in 2019, we have been recognized by KM World as part of the KMWorld 100, one of the 100 companies that matter in KM. The National Law Journal has included NetDocuments in its inaugural ‘emerging technologies’ special report.
Payet, Rey, Cauvi, Pérez Abogados has implemented the NetDocuments platform as the foundation in its efforts to improve workplace mobility and build upon the firm’s governance and security initiatives.
NetDocuments to Open Australian Datacenters as Top 10 Australian Law Firm Selects the Cloud-Based Document and Email Management Service
Salt Lake City, UT – February 3, 2015 – NetDocuments announced today that it will open a datacenter infrastructure and offices in Australia, as global demand for the cloud-based document and email management service continues to rise. With customer firms already in the region, including Cooper Grace Ward, Lavan Legal, and a recent top 10 Australian law firm, NetDocuments is responding with an investment in datacenters, offices, and a supporting team in Sydney.
The Council of Europe Partners with Tikit to Select NetDocuments as its Document Management Solution
The Council of Europe, Europe’s leading human rights organization, has partnered with Tikit, a global provider of technology solutions to legal and professional services firms and governmental organizations, to select NetDocuments as its cloud-based document management platform (DMS).
B2C, B2B, and M2M are acronyms that most of us are familiar with, but there is another one that technology seems to be slowly eliminating, and that is P2P, or person-to-person. Especially in our era of IOT (Internet of Things), we are trying to become so reliant on technology to educate us and let us do the least amount of work and research, including social interactions, that we can forget the most important part of the technology: the people behind it and the people that it serves.
1. SMB Market Capture. Microsoft, Oracle, Novell, Cisco, Hewlett-Packard... have all pursued the Small-to-Medium Business sector. Now for the first time there is a technology and business model, SaaS, which can profitably reach this market. And, the winners will not just be the large tech companies but also the small SaaS companies. NetDocuments is perfectly suited for the SMB market. Furthermore, the SMB market is more recession-proof than large enterprise markets.
Diligen, an award-winning artificial intelligence (AI)-based contract assistant, today announced new native integration with NetDocuments, the leading secure cloud-based content services platform for law firms, corporate legal teams and compliance departments. The integration, available globally today, allows customers to simply and securely summarize and analyze legal documents using Diligen’s AI and Machine Learning tools resulting in faster, more accurate contract and business document review.