Have you ever thought, "you know it might look cleaner and simpler if NetDocuments didn't have all those underlines under the document names and other links"? Well, with spring time upon us, now may be the time to make a simple adjustment to your internet settings and get fresh new NetDocuments look. Hidden deep down in the catacombs of the Internet Explorer settings, you can easily get rid of all those underlines.
The NetDocuments legal team is excited about their trip to Los Angeles in June for LegalTech West Coast, which will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 23rd and 24th. During the show, the legal team, consisting of Matt Duncan, Keith Schneider and Kirsten Walker, will be hanging out at booth #325 and will be talking SaaS, cloud computing, document management and legal technology all week. Commenting about the event, Matt Duncan said, "LegalTech West Coast 2010 represents a great opportunity for us to meet with many of our existing law firm customers in the region, as well as connect with other firms that are growing increasingly interested in cloud computing and SaaS."
Microsoft's development of web applications for the cash cow that is MS Office, officially shifts the standard from legacy software to SaaS.
The NetDocuments legal team is getting excited about their trip to Boston for the Association of Legal Administrators' (ALA) Annual Conference & Exposition from May 3-6 2010. We will be represented by Keith Schneider, Matt Duncan and Kirsten Walker who will be hanging out at booth #306 talking legal technology and SaaS, as well as giving out a free iPad. Stop by the booth for more details. ALA has done a fantastic job this year preparing for the event and providing ways for those that can't make it to participate. They have already created some informative videos about the show and have an interactive Twitter account at @ALABuzz. Furthermore, the Twitter #hashtag for the show is #ALAConf and you can find everyone that will be tweeting from the show at the ALA Conference Twitter List.
Post Authored by Danny Johnson of the NetDocuments Marketing Department I am one of the youngest employees here at the NetDocuments Orem office, if not the youngest (I'm 24), and if my calculations are correct, I am one of only two non-married employees at the company. So near the end of 2007, as the Twittershpere was reaching a Twittical Mass, the good folks in our marketing department, specifically Leonard Johnson, decided that it was time for us to join the party and see if social media was all @NikiBlack and @AdrianDayton had cracked it up to be. So after about a year and change of tweeting, we are believers. We've drunk the Kool-Aid, downloaded the iPhone app and continue to ride shotgun in the Twitter bandwagon.
Post Authored by Danny Johnson of NetDocuments Why Document Management is Sexy Again I've always kind of had a thing for document management, and was very intrigued when I opened up my Google Alert for "document management" recently and saw the headline, "Why Document Management is Sexy Again." After reading the article, I leaned back, kicked my feet up and meditated on how document management is bringing sexy back. Here is what I came up with:
OREM, UTAH – March 9, 2010 – NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) content management service provider announced today that the national law firm Jackson Lewis LLP has selected NetDocuments as its firm-wide document management service. Jackson Lewis is a leading firm dedicated to exclusively representing management in workplace law across the nation. NetDocuments will be deployed across the firm's 600 attorneys in 45 offices nationwide. NetDocuments' professional services team with the assistance of EncoreTech, a certified NetDocuments Training Partner, have commenced migrating all the firm's documents from each of the 45 offices into a single, global NetDocuments repository accessible to all employees anytime, anywhere. NetDocuments offers the firm a unique advantage to deploy incrementally and capture a faster return on investment and time-to-value effect as compared to traditional document management systems, which are so typically burdened by the hardware, software and setup issues resulting in months to years of exhaustive deployment.
OREM, UTAH – February 23, 2010 – NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) content management service provider announced today that Traveling Coaches has become a NetDocuments Certified Training Organization and a NetDocuments Channel Partner. Since its inception, Traveling Coaches has worked with law firms and corporate legal departments to develop and implement content management systems. The decision to partner with NetDocuments is a result of the increasing demand by Traveling Coaches' customers for SaaS solutions which simplify the deployment and maintenance of a content management system.
NetDocuments loved T3 Conference for Registered Financial Advisors, Mint.com, Client Portals and more...
Post Authored by Leonard Johnson, VP Marketing, NetDocuments Leonard Johnson and Marc Duncan attended T3 Conference in La Jolla, California this past week on February 17th to the 20th. We not only enjoyed beautiful, warm weather at the Hilton La Jolla Hotel adjacent to the world-class Torrey Pines Golf Course, but more importantly we enjoyed visiting with many of our customers and consultants of this prestigious financial investment advisory industry. Marc works closely with our customers and prospective customers in this industry and he stated, "it was like a family reunion." We have wonderful customers who are great to work with and we greatly appreciate their business.
OREM, UTAH – February 23, 2010 – NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) content management service provider, announced today it has been named to KMWorld's 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management for 2010. KMWorld informs more than 45,000 subscribers about solutions for improving business performance and has been publishing its "100 Companies That Matter..." list since 2000, focusing on companies that "small and large, embrace a spirit of innovation and adaptability." The list is compiled annually by KM practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors and their customers and colleagues.