Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog is among a raft of law firms to have signed up with cloud-based document management system provider NetDocuments in the past 90 days, the Utah-headquartered company will announce later today (21 February).

Cranfill, one of the largest firms in North Carolina, is joined on the new signings list by New York law firm Harris Beach; Am Law 200 firm Goulston & Storrs; 200-attorney healthcare practice Hall Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman; Minneapolis firm Gray Plant Mooty; North Carolina firm Brooks Pierce; Seattle-headquartered Keller Rohrback; 68-attorney Chicago firm Chuhak & Tecson; Austin, Texas firm Scott Douglass & McConnico; and Nevada law firm McDonald, Carano, Wilson.

The announcement follows the news at the start of the year that global top 40 law firm King & Spalding is set to replace its on-premises iManage document management system (DMS) with a NetDocuments cloud-based DMS and email management system.