Enterprise security, redefined user experience, and the simplicity of cloud adoption bring 600 new customers to NetDocuments in the past 18 months.
September 24, 2015 - NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management (DMS) service provider for legal and other professional services markets, today announced it has signed 600 new customers in the past 18 months, with over 15% of the Am Law firms now using NetDocuments document and/or email management services.
“Our vision is to become the leading document and email management service for the legal market by providing the highest levels of security, predictability, usability and customer delight” said Matt Duncan, CEO of NetDocuments. “Our record growth over the past 18 months has been driven by the recognition in the marketplace that the highest levels of security and usability can only be achieved with a native cloud application like NetDocuments. Customers are coming to NetDocuments because of 1) the sophistication and security of our native cloud infrastructure; 2) the redefined user experience in terms of usability, mobility and productivity gains; and 3) the simplicity of cloud conversion and adoption.”
Sydney Australia – NetDocuments, the leader in cloud-based document and email management (DMS), has announced the expansion of their global data centre infrastructure to the APAC region with the addition of two data centres hosted by NEXTDC in Australia. NetDocuments’ presence in the region is growing at an accelerated pace with adoption from dozens of leading organisations, including a top-10 Australian law firm. The priority to establish an APAC regional data centre infrastructure was essential in supporting the customer base as firms, corporations, and professional services organisations continue to adopt NetDocuments’ cloud-based service.
Last week, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) named the leading Seattle-based firm, Davis Wright Tremaine, the Innovative Law Firm of the Year. The innovation award represents the firm’s commitment to delivering exceptional service to their clients by leveraging technology and process innovation across their nine offices and over 500 attorneys.
ILTACON 2015 is in full swing and NetDocuments has kicked off what is sure to be an exciting week.
There are several activities and sessions going on throughout the week to be aware of for both current and prospective firms. Schedule a one-on-one briefing in our private demo room and make sure you don’t miss the numerous sessions and announcements.
NetDocuments' ILTA locations: Booth 701/703 | Consul Boardroom | Forum Ballroom #19 | Hospitality Suite #8.
Update: Microsoft lists NetDocuments as a Software Partner on the Microsoft website, profiling NetDocuments, the partnership, and the developments and strategic alignment with Azure, Office 365, and ndOffice.
Salt Lake City, UT – August 31, 2015 – Today, NetDocuments, a leading cloud-based document and email management (DMS) provider, announced that it will fully integrate its services with Microsoft cloud technologies, helping to transform law firm and legal department productivity in the cloud.
“Today’s announcement by NetDocuments demonstrates its commitment to using the latest Microsoft technology and delivering solutions to its customers that integrate with the productivity tools they use today,” said Nishan DeSilva, senior director, Technology Solutions and Evangelism, Legal and Corporate Affairs, Microsoft. “By integrating its cloud-based services with Microsoft technologies, NetDocuments customers can now take advantage of the enterprise-grade cloud capabilities and global reach of both Office 365 and Azure.”
Salt Lake City, UT – NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) document and email management (DMS) provider for law firms, announced today that Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC (Buchanan), will replace its on-premises systems with NetDocuments’ cloud-based service.
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz P.C. (Baker Donelson), a leading Am Law 100 firm headquartered in Memphis, TN with 19 offices and over 1,300 people, has selected NetDocuments cloud-based service for document and email management.
Salt Lake City, UT – August 27, 2015 – NetDocuments, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) document and email management (DMS) provider for law firms, announced today that Baker Donelson will replace its on-premises DMS with NetDocuments for improved security, usability, and mobility across the firm’s 19 offices and 700 attorneys.
“We are seeing a major shift in the legal industry in terms of the security requirements and usability demands from our personnel as well as our client base,” John Green, CIO at Baker Donelson, stated. “NetDocuments meets these needs, and elevates our security and compliance initiatives to a level that goes well beyond what firms can achieve by themselves or with traditional server-based or hosted systems.”
Baker Donelson sought a DMS solution that would increase user adoption, and meet their productivity and mobility needs to continue to provide exceptional service to their clients. Named a top 100 company to work for by Forbes six different times, Baker Donelson prides itself on providing the most innovative technology tools to its staff to foster a culture of usability and technology adoption across the firm.
Mr. Green continues, “We just haven’t seen innovation in the legal DMS space with the existing providers, and we didn’t see the value in moving from an on-premises system to a hosted deployment as it would not have eliminated the complexity of the infrastructure, or meet the security needs that our clients demand. NetDocuments has always been the innovative solution in the space, and has incredible momentum in the market now due to the fact they’ve been providing and improving on their SaaS and cloud infrastructure for many years – it is simply the logical upgrade for us.”
NetDocuments global expansion has led to datacenter operations and sales offices in the US, UK, and now Australia to service the growing customer base. The Decisiv Email acquisition from Recommind in January of this year has accelerated growth in its email management product, NetDocuments EM, which Baker Donelson will also deploy. “Firms like Baker Donelson are representative of the shift in the industry and need for innovation when it comes to the legal document and email management market,” Matt Duncan, NetDocuments CEO, commented. “Usability, scalability, and mobility are paramount, but so are the backend infrastructure pieces that make up an enterprise DMS solution that properly addresses data security, encryption, compliance, and privacy. We’re extremely pleased to be attracting firms like Baker Donelson, and view them and our growing customer community as an ongoing partnership to deliver and continually develop the best document and email management solution for the legal market.”
Salt Lake City, UT – NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management service for law firms, announced today that Davis Wright Tremaine LLP (DWT), a prominent law firm with nine offices and approximately 500 attorneys, will implement NetDocuments’ DMS platform for improved usability, security, and productivity across its firm and client base.
Salt Lake City, UT – Solfecta, a premier provider of legal technology services, has joined the NetDocuments channel partner program to add the leading service to their current offerings of productivity tools for growing law firms. With years of combined technology experience, the Solfecta team is poised to provide expertise that now includes training and implementation services of the leading, cloud-based platform for document and email management.
This question was recently presented to Keystone Law in an interview with Daisy Group. Maurice Tunney, IT Director at Keystone Law, mentioned that, “NetDocuments is not only very intuitive and easy to use, it is also cloud-based which means that our lawyers have secure access to their data wherever they are in the world.” The law firm’s progressive approach to stay on the leading edge of new technology has created an internal environment of enhanced productivity, security, and collaboration. NetDocuments and Keystone Law have similar missions, namely a modern approach to flexibility, scalability, and providing top-shelf customer service through enhanced levels of security for worry-free collaboration, both internally and externally.
Since productivity is essential to the progress of any modern organization, maybe it’s time to take a deep dive into the technology landscape and ask yourself, “What is my business’s best tech investment?”
Read Maurice Tunney’s full interview here. Read the original press release here.
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