Am Law 100 OpenText site Husch Blackwell falls to NetDocuments

Am Law 100 firm Husch Blackwell has selected NetDocuments as the firm’s document and email platform across its network of 19 offices, spanning 1,500 employees.
Bret Chapman, chief administrative officer at Husch Blackwell said: “We are very excited to be joining the NetDocuments user community.  Our team ran a very thorough process to evaluate DMS platforms in the market. We had to ensure that the technology we chose would address our current technology needs and position us well for future technology innovations in the areas of enterprise content management, security, collaboration, and integration with related technologies.”
“We’re thrilled to welcome Husch Blackwell into our group of valued customers and are seeing continued momentum as firms both large and small reap the benefits of the NetDocuments modern cloud platform,” said Matt Duncan, CEO at NetDocuments. “Firms like Husch Blackwell are taking a future-first approach to technology decisions, weighing market alternatives, and aligning with partners and providers who will take their firm and vision of client service and data security to the next level. We’re excited to be partnered with such prestigious firms and are proud to be recognized as the leader when it comes to cloud security, trust, and innovation delivery for the legal and corporate legal markets.”
Currently iManage and NetDocuments view US OpenText sites – there are now 15 left – as their hunting ground, albeit OpenText is adamant that eDOCS is still a key solution for law firms. It is understood that Husch Blackwell was only interested in a cloud-based DMS and its competitive pitch was conducted on that basis.
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