kraftkennedyNetDocuments just announced that Kraft Kennedy has joined their channel partner program to provide services of selling and implementing NetDocuments cloud-based service. The partnership reflects a mutual opportunity to complement Kraft Kennedy’s strategy for providing clients and the legal community with the most innovative solutions and technology on the market today.

Both companies have a long-standing reputation for offering best-of-breed solutions to law firms looking to streamline technology, increase productivity, and improve processes. “The value that we offer to clients will only increase through our partnership with NetDocuments,” said Robert Brindell, Managing Director at Kraft Kennedy. “As law firms continue to recognize how SaaS technology can improve their practice, we’ll be well prepared to offer our expertise and resources to connect them with the solution that best fits their needs. Now as a partner, NetDocuments will significantly enhance the services we can offer to firms who are looking to reduce their IT infrastructure and update their systems to a modern platform.”

As NetDocuments continues to gain momentum with key hires, customer wins, and the recent acquisition of Decisiv Email from Recommind, they recognized the need for a vibrant network of channel partners to meet the growing demand as firms switch from traditional on-premises systems to NetDocuments SaaS model. “We are thrilled to have Kraft Kennedy join our channel partner program and recognize the industry-specific expertise they’ll bring to both the current and future NetDocuments customer base,” said Steve Moulton, Channel Manager at NetDocuments.

COMMENT: Kraft Kennedy has been in this business for nearly 30 years and has an excellent reputation in the US legal IT market. so well done NetDocuments. It will be interesting to see what happens with other potential channel partners, as we are hearing rumblings of dissatisfaction within the HP WorkSite consultancy partners camp. The message seems to be “We still love the software and the WorkSite people but we wish HP would put more money and resources into supporting channel partners.”