For one of the United States’ largest public universities, streamlining communication was the key to uniting 200 lawyers and legal professionals across separate campuses and administrative offices. But leadership understood if they were to implement a real-time messaging system it had to meet their rigorous governance and security standards. The University discovered exactly what they needed in ndThread from NetDocuments. Since implementation the University has leveraged ndThread to increase the speed of problem solving and knowledge sharing while reinforcing team culture.
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Unite their teams no matter their geographic location
Build their team culture, even in the midst of a pandemic
Make knowledge easily accessible and increase legal service quality
In these economic times, firms are doing a bit of belt tightening — you're worried about the budget, the economy, and the recession. And oftentimes that changes your focus to keeping the trains running, instead of implementations of new technologies. But I would argue that this is the very time that you should be thinking about innovation, and you should be preparing yourselves so that when things do change and improve, you're well-positioned for success.
Chief Information Officer at Wilson Sonsini