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We are the Global Number #1 say DocsCorp

DocsCorp, (www.docscorp.com) a provider of document productivity software for document management professionals, just claimed that over 50% of the UK’s Top 100 law firms were now using DocsCorp’s suite of applications to manage document production and distribution. This growing trend is not isolated to the UK. The recently published ILTA 2014 Technology Survey also shows DocsCorp making significant gains in the North American legal market as a strong alternative to Adobe Acrobat and Workshare.

DocsCorp, (www.docscorp.com) a provider of document productivity software for document management professionals, just claimed that over 50% of the UK’s Top 100 law firms were now using DocsCorp’s suite of applications to manage document production and distribution. This growing trend is not isolated to the UK. The recently published ILTA 2014 Technology Survey also shows DocsCorp making significant gains in the North American legal market as a strong alternative to Adobe Acrobat and Workshare.

pdfDocs and the other companion products in the suite have been completely redesigned with a MS Office 2010/13 look and feel, including Backstage view and Ribbon menus. The modern user interface reduces complexity and clutter, allowing the user to focus on the task at hand. This will also reduce training requirements as it works like most of the standard applications on a user’s desktop.

“We selected DocsCorp because of ease of use. We knew when we implemented the solutions, it would require minimum training to get the end users up and running since they were already accustomed to the look and feel, “ said Keith Feeny, Director of IT and Operations at Hill Dickinson.

3 replies on “We are the Global Number #1 say DocsCorp”

Workshare don’t do the PDF part anymore, so it’s not really a like for like comparison. See the ILTA survey from last year for something closer to the real usage… but even that includes the pdfDocs in the numbers, so isn’t quite a Compare vs. CompareDocs equation.

Perhaps the Insider 200 could be split out – Document Production Tools is perhaps too umbrella? PDF Editing vs. Document Comparison vs. Metadata Cleaning… ?

Thanks Simon – we are looking at ways to improve the Document Production column in the upcoming 2015 edition of the chart – however we don’t want a situation where we have 3 new columns, one of which is mainly DocsCorp, another mainly Workshare and another mainly DocsCorp and Workshare.

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