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Leading Utah-based firm has selected NetDocuments to replace their on-premises system DMS to achieve greater user adoption, mobility, and enhanced security and compliance.
Salt Lake City, UT – April, 12, 2016 – NetDocuments, a leading cloud-based document and email management service for law firms, announced today that Snow, Christensen & Martineau, a full-service Utah-based firm with offices in Salt Lake City and St. George, will join the majority of large Salt Lake City-based firms and implement NetDocuments’ document and email management (DMS) platform for improved usability, security, and productivity across their firm and client base.
Mariner, the parent company to 31 separate global financial services partner firms has chosen NetDocuments for native cloud-based document and email management embedded within Salesforce.com
We recently sat down with Henry Chace, CIO at Burns & Levinson, and Angela Down, Director of Practice Innovation to learn how ndOffice has revolutionized the way people work with their documents. ndOffice, now approaching its 1.8 release, is the power of NetDocuments native cloud-based document and email management service embedded inside Microsoft Office Applications. This allows for opening, editing, filing, tagging, saving, and navigating your NetDocuments account without ever leaving Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. Ready to see how ndOffice will improve usability, efficiency, and DMS adoption at your practice? Schedule a live demo with one of our experts.
London, UK – March 29, 2016 – NetDocuments has announced that Steve Latter and Daniel Ibrahim, both responsible for EMEA sales and business development, have joined the company to support the accelerated adoption of NetDocuments’ native cloud-based document and email management technology across global and regional law firms and corporate legal departments. After recently adding a top five European law firm, Cuatrecasas, Goncalves Pereira, and a top 100 UK firm, Sacker & Partners LLP, NetDocuments is responding to increased market demand by bolstering its personnel in the region.
Daniel Ibrahim joins NetDocuments as the Director of Strategic Accounts EMEA. Formerly with Thomson Reuters, Daniel brings a deep understanding of how law firms and corporate legal departments operate and interact with clients, suppliers, and vendors. His focus on customer advocacy will help put the emphasis required on firms of that inherent size and level of complexity. Prior to Thomson Reuters, Daniel has worked in senior sales and business development roles at Kroll Ontrack and Nikec in their European divisions.
Steve Latter – Mr. Latter, now a Senior Account Executive EMEA, brings more than a decade of legal technology experience to NetDocuments with a background in case and matter management solutions in the United Kingdom legal and corporate marketplace. Prior to joining NetDocuments, Mr. Latter held a variety of customer facing roles, including five years at BigHand in senior Sales and Account Management roles.
“Daniel and Steve are two strategic hires for us in our EMEA market, and we’re extremely excited to have them onboard to support our growing customer base,” Matt Duncan, CEO at NetDocuments commented. “With the market poised for mass cloud adoption, it became critical that we have the team in place to support it – Daniel and Steve fill two very important positions for us.”
Dykema Gossett (“Dykema”), a leading national firm with 15 offices and over 425 attorneys, consolidated two separate on-premises document management systems with the successful implementation of NetDocuments cloud-based document and email management service in late 2015.
After selecting NetDocuments in late 2015 (press release), Dykema has announced the successful implementation of the NetDocuments service across its 15 offices. Download the case study to learn more about the challenges the firm was facing with on-premises systems, and how the firm successfully deployed the NetDocuments service. By transitioning to a true cloud environment, Dykema has increased user adoption through NetDocuments' suite of productivity tools, and coupled with a world-class security and compliance infrastructure, has elevated their information governance initiatives and overall user experience. Download the case study
NetDocuments has a robust ecosystem of technology partners who have created value-add integrations, plug-ins, and add-on services to NetDocuments' leading cloud-based document and email management platform. We like to periodically highlight these integrations through 30-minute educational sessions, showcasing the value of the integration, walking the audience through a live demo, and highlighting the key drivers around why global firms and corporations of all sizes are adopting a best-in-class, secure, compliant, and integrated approach to managing documents and email.
16.1 update focused on improving security, usability, and ease of use for its customers, including Gmail integration through ndGmail™
Salt Lake City, UT – March 15, 2016 – NetDocuments, the leading native cloud/SaaS-based document and email management service for law firms and corporate legal departments, has released its 16.1 update with features and functionality focused on security, and improved usability and email management with ndGmail, a Gmail plug-in for seamlessly saving and filing email from Gmail to NetDocuments.
16.1 is the first of four upgrade releases scheduled for 2016. The incremental updates throughout the year are at the core of an always-improving software delivery model that leverages a single global instance of the application, one service worldwide, across NetDocuments’ global customer base.
The RSA conference last week attracted the industries' foremost cybersecurity and encryption experts from around the world. A hot topic was of course the Apple / NSA debate, but there were also key technologies highlighted, like quantum random number generation for unbreakable encryption key management: a next generation technology that is far superior to the pseudo random number key generation commonly used by technology vendors and services providers.
NetDocuments prides itself in remaining ahead of security and privacy trends and has created not only a best-in-class security and compliance infrastructure with quantum random number key generation mentioned in the news clip, but also enables complete document isolation by encrypting at the document, workspace, and repository level. Encryption keys can be optionally held by the customer firm or their client location as an additional layer of privacy and complete silent-subpoena defense. These technology initiatives, coupled with solutions for data sovereignty through regional and local storage options, add to the security-as-a-service and information governance platform NetDocuments delivers to its global customer community: a platform and service only made possible through the one-to-many SaaS model delivering a single global instance of the software.