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APAC News: Cooper Grace Ward switches from HP WorkSite to NetDocuments

Cooper Grace Ward, one of Brisbane’s largest independent law firms, has chosen NetDocuments to replace their existing on-premise HP WorkSite document management solution with the help of Feynbrook, one of NetDocuments certified channel partners servicing the Australian market. NetDocuments’ leading cloud-based service allows for the high level of security, collaboration, and search capabilities that Cooper Grace Ward requires as they continue to heavily invest in their technology processes firm-wide.

Cooper Grace Ward, one of Brisbane’s largest independent law firms, has chosen NetDocuments to replace their existing on-premise HP WorkSite document management solution with the help of Feynbrook, one of NetDocuments certified channel partners servicing the Australian market. NetDocuments’ leading cloud-based service allows for the high level of security, collaboration, and search capabilities that Cooper Grace Ward requires as they continue to heavily invest in their technology processes firm-wide.

In an effort to provide exceptional service to their clients, Cooper Grace Ward searched for an application that provided true cloud-based mobility and that would keep the firm on the forefront of technology. NetDocuments’ solution matched their needs, and they were able to move from a legacy, on-site model into the security of the cloud. “Cooper Grace Ward’s focus on modernizing technology has been crucial in their decision to choose NetDocuments,” said Marc Duncan, regional sales manager in Australia. “Their commitment to their clients remains the firm’s top focus, and NetDocuments will further legitimize this commitment by providing the firm a modern document management platform with enhanced security, collaboration, and efficiency.”

The firm’s decision to move to NetDocuments was a result of extensive due diligence and research to find a solution that best fits the firm’s needs. “We chose NetDocuments because it is the only document management solution that addressed our requirements of ease of use and management, along with increasing the level of security for our documents and emails”, said Miz Brmbota, IT Manager at Cooper Grace Ward. “It also allows us to share documents with clients and other professionals in a timely and seamless manner, and we look forward to leveraging the excellent functionality that comes out of the box.”

2 replies on “APAC News: Cooper Grace Ward switches from HP WorkSite to NetDocuments”

Very smart decision to move to a cloud based DMS. Mobility, collaboration, security, and compliance are all critical issues law firms face today, and the legacy behind the firewall DMS solutions fall woefully short. NetDocs is the only vendor meeting these important criteria

John – you have an interesting take on things. Nothing that you cite in your comment is unique to NetDocs.

Worldox and HP Autonomy WorkSite both meet all those same criteria. eDocs even does quite a bit. WorkSite has a far more robust mobility offering and superior security to all of them. Most critically, WorkSite is the only offering with a respectable email management solution, which is far more important today to lawyers.

Both Worldox and WorkSite are offered as cloud-based solutions (Worldox is actively pushing their offering and HP has laid-out their strategy and already have many firms in the U.S. market on their cloud platform). In APAC there are a variety of partners who offer completely hosted/cloud solutions for WorkSite (or other older platforms like eDocs).

This story shows a nice win for NetDocuments, but, it doesn’t change the underlying facts or capabilities of the various solutions.

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