Top 10 Norwegian firm Kluge chooses IRIS & iManage for document and email management
IRIS, a member of the Canon Group, just announced that Kluge Advokatfirma, a full service, independent Norwegian law firm covering all major fields of business law, has selected iManage Work 10 for its document and email management.
Kluge was drawn to iManage Work 10 by its innovative collaboration features that enable users to follow their project team’s content in real time. With iManage Work 10, Kluge can create collaborative workspaces to save all client and matter related document and e-mails into one easy-to-use electronic matter file. Using modern social media paradigms, professionals can contribute across multiple teams easily and increase collaboration and overall productivity of the entire firm.
“As a growing law firm, it was important to find a document and email management system that made it easy for our professionals to work with each other,” said Knut-Magnar Aanestad, Head of Innovation, Kluge. “iManage delivers a very modern and robust platform with the newest technologies. Moving to iManage Work 10 will provide our professionals a secure way to access their documents and emails, collaborate effectively and work more efficiently—all to the benefit of our clients.”
Additionally, Kluge will deploy iManage Security Policy Manager to seamlessly protect critical client information. iManage Security Policy Manager will manage ethical walls, segment data and enforce the firm’s “need-to-know” security policies as those demands grow. IRIS Professional Solutions, an iManage partner, is assisting with the firm’s move to iManage Work 10 and iManage Security Policy Manager.
“Firms like Kluge know that to provide real added-value to their clients, their firm must always be looking for ways to improve,” said Geoff Hornsby, General Manager, EMEA, iManage. “With iManage Work 10 and iManage Security Policy Manager, they are giving their users a secure, modern system that’s designed to work the way professionals work, so that the firm can stay on the cutting edge.”