PITTSBURGH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DocsCorp (www.docscorp.com), a leading provider of document productivity tools, collaborates with NetDocuments to launch an ILTA Roadshow: Cloud-First Strategy for Integrated Solutions – NetDocuments, DocsCorp and Office 365. The Roadshow focuses on how cloud technologies are changing the way firms practice law. New integrations between cloud applications and document management systems (DMS) can increase productivity and deliver a better end user experience for legal professionals. Kicking off yesterday in Los Angeles, the Roadshow will visit a total of 21 cities across North America from May through November 2017.
Extending DMS functionality through the cloud is gaining traction in law firms as more work is done on mobile devices and outside of the office. Business-critical processes like document comparison, PDF editing, metadata removal and compressing, and OCRing are quicker and easier to perform due to seamless integration between cloud-based solution providers.
The Roadshow sessions will also briefly demonstrate how DocsCorp’s cloud-based applications integrate with the NetDocuments native cloud-based DMS platform, allowing users to be truly productive on the go, on any device. For example, NetDocuments users can compare and clean metadata from documents - anytime, anywhere.
Vice President of DocsCorp North America, Matthew Stalder, said, “We are incredibly pleased to partner with NetDocuments to help law firms pioneer a cloud-first strategy for document management in 2017 and beyond. Seamless integration between cloud-based applications and the DMS is crucial to both productivity and mobility for today’s legal professionals, and we are proud to provide this informative session to support them.”
“It’s exciting to see the NetDocuments ecosystem of services and technology partners continue to grow through innovation,” Steve Moulton, NetDocuments’ Partner Program Manager stated. “Our leading partners such as DocsCorp are building outstanding integrations that add immense value to the NetDocuments cloud platform. We’re thrilled to be participating in this 2017 roadshow to highlight what DocsCorp has integrated and to further educate the market about the power and leverage of the cloud as well as the importance of incorporating a cloud-first approach to technology.”
Those interested in attending a Cloud-First Strategy for Integrated Solutions – NetDocuments, DocsCorp and Office 365 session are encouraged to register now to secure their place. Lunch is included at each event and there is no charge. You do not have to be an ILTA member to attend.
DocsCorp designs easy-to-use software and services for document professionals who use enterprise content management systems. We provide solutions for metadata removal, document processing, PDF manipulation, and document comparison. The DocsCorp product suite is built to drive business efficiency and increase the value of existing technology investment. DocsCorp is a global brand with customers located in the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific and beyond. More than 3,500 organizations rely on DocsCorp software every day. Find out more at docscorp.com or follow us on Twitter at @DocsCorp.
Founded in 1999, NetDocuments’ cloud-based service allows firms of all sizes to reduce costs and increase security, mobility, compliance, and disaster recovery for documents and email from anywhere and on any device. With offices and datacenters in the US, Australia, and the UK, and with over 2,000+ customers and hundreds of thousands of users, NetDocuments is able to effectively service its global community spread across 140 countries. With anytime, anywhere access, firms are able to increase productivity and improve the client experience through a comprehensive cloud-based service. For more information about NetDocuments, please visit www.netdocuments.com.
For over three decades, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) has led the way in sharing knowledge and experience for those faced with technology challenges in their law firms and corporate legal departments. ILTA's international membership comprises legal organizations of all sizes and all areas of practice, each sharing a common need to have access to the latest information about products and support services that impact the legal profession worldwide. With more than 1,400 entities and 20,000 individuals in membership, there’s a wealth of knowledge and experience to share. For more information about ILTA, visit www.iltanet.org.