Webinar: Total Workspace Lifecycle Management for iManage – 13 October

Phoenix is pleased to announce that we are running a webinar to launch the full end to end workspace management tool.
We will be delivering the webinar on Tuesday, 13 October, at 12:00PM GMT, with an encore presentation at 12:00PM EDT (to accommodate U.S. attendees). Join Graham Haldane, Head of Presales, to discover how Workspace Control helps firms simplify, streamline, and automate the management of workspaces within iManage.
With user-friendly, web-based wizards, Workspace Control enables the automation of common tasks such as workspace creation, shortcut allocation, restructure, modification, and archival. Building on the success of Workspace Assist, one of Phoenix’s most successful products, used by 200 customers globally, Workspace Control delivers a redesigned and enhanced experience focused on four key areas: usability, scalability, security, and self-service functionality (helpdesk and end-user).
As a core component of the Phoenix iManage Work Management Suite, Workspace Control incorporates the same web-based dashboard as Office Centre, Importer, and MatterView from which firms can administer and manage their entire iManage environment, providing commonality and a familiar look-and-feel for DMS administrators.
Attend this webinar to see a live demo and to learn more about Workspace Control.
If you would like to register for the EMEA webinar on the 13th at 12pm GMT, please click the following link, https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1341258320231115522 . Alternatively, if you would like to register for the U.S. webinar at 12pm EDT, please click https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2767268826495757825. Follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn for all product updates and check-out our “how to” videos on YouTube.
If you are unable to attend this webinar but would like to discuss your requirements, please get in touch with chelsey-kim.griggs@phoenixbs.com; we’ll be happy to arrange a demo of any our solutions.
Register now to avoid disappointment.