Calfee, Halter & Griswold to Switch to NetDocuments Native Cloud-Based Document and Email Management Platform


Salt Lake City, UT – June 6, 2017 – NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management (DMS) provider for law firms and corporate legal departments, announced today that Calfee, Halter & Griswold (Calfee), a top Ohio-based firm with over 300 employees across four offices, will swap its on-premises DMS with NetDocuments' native cloud-based platform. The switch is part of a technology strategy to modernize the firm's technology for improved usability, collaboration, and security through the NetDocuments DMS platform and security-as-a-service offering.

"As a full-service firm, our technology decisions are critical to allow us to provide innovative legal services and deliver an exceptional client experience," Chad DeHart, CIO at Calfee commented. "In evaluating our DMS options, it became clear early on that NetDocuments is leading the industry when it comes to its cloud-first architecture, continuous innovation, and a usability and security model that simply isn't feasible with on-premises or hosted on-premises DMS technology. The NetDocuments platform is at the core of our technology strategy to meet our information governance needs and provide our attorneys and clients with the type of modern collaboration and mobile productivity tools they demand."

Calfee joins the global community of more than 2,000 firms, companies, and corporate legal departments leveraging NetDocuments single global instance of software. Quarterly releases allow firms to seamlessly leverage new product features and enhancements, eliminating the complexity of traditional server-based systems or their hosted counterparts. "We saw the value of a DMS platform that has been built from the ground up for cloud deployment. With NetDocuments, we know we have a trusted cloud-first partner we can rely on to deliver ongoing innovation while ensuring our client's data is always protected with their world-class security and compliance infrastructure," DeHart concluded.