eDiscovery is not for the faint of heart. The pressure to innovate and conquer new challenges is ever-present, and just when you’ve solved one batch of problems, more are waiting to take its place. Tony Caputo, CEO of CloudNine looks at some of those challenges.
Tikit has partnered with Enable to resell their PitchPerfect solution, bolstering Tikit’s marketing and development ecosystem for law firms. The news comes as Tikit also announces that it has signed UK top 150 firm Howes Percival, in a multi-product deal that includes their own IP products, Tikit eMarketing and Tikit Connect, as well as key partner solutions NetDocuments and Introhive.
Congratulations to the winners of Litera’s Changing Lawyer Awards 2019, including legal innovator the year, law firm of the year, disruptor of the year and the lifetime achievement award.
With the countdown on in earnest for law firms to move off sunsetted practice management system Thomson Reuters Elite Enterprise, Am Law 200 law firm Arent Fox has made the decision to transition to Elite 3E.
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP has chosen Aderant Expert for its practice management software – according to our brand new US top 200 PMS chart Debevoise was previously an Elite Enterprise customer.
Described by one CIO as ‘Mimecast for the DMS’ Prosperoware has launched a major new feature for its legal content management system CAM – the ability to provide business continuity for iManage and NetDocuments.
“I never anticipated selling in three years:” Doxly’s CEO Haley Altman talks Litera and female founders
Fresh from the news that transaction management platform Doxly has been acquired by Litera Microsystems, we speak to Doxly founder and CEO Haley Altman about whether this was all part of the grand strategy and what advice she has for the comparatively few female founders out there.
Congrats to the ayfie team on its latest funding round of $10m to spur growth in North America. SVP of business development in EMEA Peter Richards, says “We raised $10 million in funding to accelerate growth and vertical expansion. With the help of the funding, we can get even more aggressive on growth in the Legal Tech and Financial Tech markets.” Slightly unusually the backers are still undisclosed.
Elevate announces today (15 August) that it will make three of its technology products available on the legal tech app platform Reynen Court, which enables law firms to deploy pre-vetted, security-tested applications within their own technology environments, either on-premise or in the cloud.