Salt Lake City, UT – NetDocuments, the leading secure cloud-based content services platform for law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments, today announced significant global platform developments. The enhancements are categorized into three distinct value areas including:
40+% annual growth, high user adoption and unprecedented ‘go-lives’ underscore cloud platform’s maturity and market acceptance
Salt Lake City, UT – August 14, 2018 – NetDocuments, the leading secure cloud-based content services platform for law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments, today released statistics highlighting the company’s customer growth and continued rapid global market adoption. Now managing over 10 billion documents across 2,500 global customer firms, NetDocuments global cloud service continues to add, on average, 1.5 new customer firms per day. Successful implementations are also on record pace with more than 16,000 professionals across 350 customer firms having gone live on NetDocuments in the last 12 months.
NetDocuments extends data protection offering to customers by completing ISO 27017 certification, adding additional SOC 2 privacy controls and receiving a GDPR compliance attestation.
Salt Lake City, UT – August 10, 2018 – NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based content services and security platform for law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments, announced today that it has completed third-party certifications and attestations for ISO 27017 and GDPR respectively, and has implemented additional controls for its annual Type 2 SOC 2 audit.
Former LexisNexis and OnePlace executive– to lead NetDocuments’ sales and business development efforts across the region.
Salt Lake City, UT – August 6, 2018 – NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based content management and security platform for law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments, announced today that legal industry expert, Guy Phillips, has joined the company as General Manager, EMEA to support the market demand and company growth across the region as well as APAC.
We are now just weeks away from the largest legal technology event of the year — ILTACON 2018 — held this year at the Gaylord, National Harbor in Washington D.C. on August 19-23, 2018.
The annual gathering boasts hundreds of legal technology providers and thousands of legal professionals coming together to learn the latest industry trends, technology and of course network and share ideas with peers from around the world. NetDocuments continues to support the ILTA mission of delivering educational content and thought leadership when it comes to security, productivity, and driving innovation across the legal industry.
An open call for service status transparency among legal cloud service providers.
NetDocuments is in the business of trust. We securely store and deliver content services for our global customers 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Every consumer has expectations that their product partners are honest. The NetDocuments team believes honesty and transparency are two sides of the same coin.
One unwavering promise we make to our customers: NetDocuments service is available when they need it. Our service status pages present real-time service health and performance. Each global region has a dedicated page to allow customers to focus on regions relevant to their business. Gone are the days when downtime was something software companies kept secret.
NetDocuments appoints Josh Baxter as CEO, Matt Duncan as Executive Chairman, and Marc Duncan to VP of Strategic Sales to support company’s continued global growth.
First firm in Vancouver to embrace NetDocuments' cloud-based platform joining the nearly 1,600 Canadians who use NetDocuments.
Salt Lake City, UT – July 10, 2018 – NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based content management platform for law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments, announced today that Vancouver-based Harper Grey, one of the leading regional law firms in Western Canada, has selected NetDocuments as a foundation for the firm’s transformation to a more agile and innovative delivery of legal services. The firm chose the secure, localized, cloud-based NetDocuments platform including its ndMail predictive email solution after extensive competitive review and evaluation of other legal document management providers. The addition of Harper Grey underscores NetDocuments’ momentum in Canada.
Modern, matter-based conversation and collaboration solution built within NetDocuments’ secure cloud platform is now available to customers worldwide.
Salt Lake City, UT – May 23, 2018 – NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based content management platform for law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments, has officially released ndThread, a social collaboration and matter-based messaging tool built within the NetDocuments cloud platform – now available to NetDocuments customers and prospects worldwide. The ndThread product comes to market less than six months after NetDocuments acquired the ThreadKM collaborative messaging technology. ndThread is available as a native cloud service embedded within the NetDocuments platform and accessible through the web, desktop, and mobile applications.
NetDocuments will deliver OCR and image compression functionality to its customers as an optional, built-in feature using DocsCorp’s patented contentCrawler technology.
Salt Lake City, UT – May 16, 2018 - NetDocuments, the leading cloud-based document and email management (DMS) platform for law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments, today announced a unique and exclusive integration with DocsCorp, widely recognized as a leading provider of productivity tools and services for document management professionals. NetDocuments Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is an OCR and image compression technology delivered as a secured cloud-to-cloud service without requiring any on-premises software to be installed. NetDocuments OCR is powered by DocsCorp’s patented contentCrawler, a cloud-based content analysis technology, maintaining NetDocuments market-leading compliance standards and service-level standards.