More and more firms are choosing NetDocuments
NetDocuments welcomes a surge of new customers
Mainstream adoption of NetDocuments’ native cloud-based document and email management platform has accelerated over recent months, confirmed by several key new customer signings, including:
- King & Spalding
- Winckworth Sherwood
- Harris Beach
- Goulston & Storrs
- Hall Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman
- Gray, Plant, Mooty
- Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog
- Brooks Pierce
- Keller Rohrback
- Chuhak & Tecson
- Scott Douglass & McConnico
- McDonald, Carano, Wilson
NetDocuments also recently announced that global 50 firm King & Spalding and UK 100 firm Winckworth Sherwood are also switching to NetDocuments.
Here are some of the most recent press releases that explain why so many firms globally have chosen NetDocuments.
(Republished with kind permission from NetDocuments).
Bradley is one of five Am Law 200 firms, two of which are Am Law 100 firms, that signed up for NetDocuments in the month of September (2016), alone, providing further confirmation that the switch to the NetDocuments native cloud platform is further accelerating.
Leading independent firm with over 550 people across offices in Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, Australia, will upgrade its on-premises DMS to NetDocuments native cloud-based service to achieve greater usability, mobility, and improved security.
Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth (Stradling) will replace its on-premises DMS with NetDocuments’ native cloud-based platform for improved security, compliance, and usability across its 10 offices and more than 130 attorneys.
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