Frost Brown Todd, a full service law firm with offices in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee and West Virginia, just announced that it will replace its legacy on-premise document management system with NetDocuments cloud-based service.

“After evaluating the various players in the market, we selected NetDocuments because their modern approach to this technology provides us with the security, accessibility and collaborative features that we need to operate in the coming years,” Paul Bromwell, Chief Information Officer, stated.  “Ease of use and simple but effective integration were other key components that we looked at and NetDocuments is a winner in both areas.”

COMMENT: Insider sources suggest this was another HP iManage swapout and NetDocuments say they now have “over 100 iManage swaps” plus “many more OpenText and Worldox switches… It’s our time to capture the market and the prospects are starting to queue up…” In fact the only reverse we know of is US firm Hausefield & Co, where the 15-user London office rejected NetDocuments in favour of iManage. Primarily for email management we understand.