The progression of OpenText from legal DMS market-leader to basket-case continues with today’s news the AmLaw 200 and Insider Global 200 firm Dykema has selected NetDocuments to replace it current on-premises OpenText eDOCs document management solution. Recognizing that document and email management provide value not only to their clients but to the firm, Dykema conducted extensive due diligence to modernize their technology with a best-of-breed solution. NetDocuments was selected as the DMS platform that will meet the requirements for usability, stringent data security, compliance, collaboration, enterprise search, and built-in mobility.
“Our decision to move forward with NetDocuments is based on world-class security, ease of use, and robust features you would expect from a modern document management platform,” said David Hambourger, CIO at Dykema. “Our document and email management needs are complex, but NetDocuments will simplify the technology landscape while increasing functionality and productivity. Additionally, the IT burden of security and compliance is drastically reduced by turning it over to the experts who specialize in protecting and managing the DMS application and all the digital assets associated with it.”