Bradley Arant Boult Cummings one of five Am Law 200 firms to sign up with NetDocuments in September

Am Law 200 firm Bradley Arant Boult Cummings has signed up with NetDocuments, replacing its on premises document management system with NetDocuments’ native cloud-based technology.
Bradley, with its 500 lawyers and nine offices, is, according to NetDocuments, one of five Am Law 200 firms it signed up in September, of which three are in the Am Law 100.
Mark Hendrick, chief information officer at Bradley, said: “Our clients come first, and our underlying technology platforms must not only convey that message and deliver the highest levels of productivity, but also better enable Bradley to keep pace with the rate of technology change facing today’s law firms and legal professionals. After evaluating alternatives of switching to the native cloud or implementing a hosted system, it became clear that NetDocuments is the platform to take Bradley into the future and meet our ever-evolving needs in the areas of client service, security, compliance, and competition in ways simply not achievable with a traditional on-premises or hosted on-premises system.”