Former OpenText Am Law 100 site Shook Hardy & Bacon selects NetDocuments

Am Law 100 firm Shook Hardy & Bacon has opted to swap out its legacy OpenText document management system for NetDocuments’s cloud-based platform, in another significant win for the Utah-headquartered DMS provider.
Shook Hardy will leverage NetDocuments as part of cloud technology initiative across its 12 offices and 1,500 legal professionals.
A statement out today (18 April) will say: “Based on a thorough review of available technology in the market, the firm selected NetDocuments and its mature and innovative, future-focused cloud platform.”
Shook will implement NetDocuments DMS platform, ndMail™ for predictive email management, ndSync™ for file and device synchronization, as well as customer held encryption key technology.
“We’re excited to welcome Shook Hardy & Bacon to our valued customer community of prestigious national and global firms,” Matt Duncan, CEO at NetDocuments said. “Firms like Shook are taking a progressive approach to adopting NetDocuments cloud-first technology and innovation like ndSync, predictive email filing and advanced encryption key management to deliver the tools their professionals need and security their clients demand.” As we reported in March, 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. Currently iManage and NetDocuments view OpenText sites – there are now 14 left in the Am Law 200 – as their hunting ground, albeit OpenText is adamant that eDOCS is still a key solution for law firms.
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