Document Management

With the tagline “Making Knowledge Work,” the document management company iManage is enormously successful within the legal industry, with more than 4,000 customers across six continents, including 80% of the Am Law 100 and more than 40% of Fortune 100 companies. Just last year, it recently reported, it added more than 300 new law firms and companies as customers.   
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In news that is perhaps an indicator of the legal industry’s interest in generative AI, the document management company NetDocuments said today that its launch of PatternBuilder MAX AI was its “most successful product launch by a factor of 10.”
From the product’s initial launch in October to early last month, the product grew to some 13,000 users in law
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Among the most enduring yet dramatic success stories in legal tech is that of iManage, the document and email management company. Founded in 1995, its collaborative approach to content management made it popular among among law firms virtually out of the gate, and it was acquired eight years later for $171 million by Interwoven.
But after Autonomy gobbled up
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“Legal innovation means continual forward motion, knocking down the status quo, and delivering technology that helps legal professionals do their very best work,” said Reid Cram in Product Marketing for NetDocuments.
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I just got back from LegalWeek 2024 in New York City. LegalWeek is the annual legal tech conference put on by ALM and directed at big law firms and clients. There were lots of exhibitors, lots of parties, and fancy dinners. It’s glitzy and sales and marketing oriented.

This year, as expected, the educational sessions, discussions, and marketing were dominated
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We speak with NetDocuments’ chief product officer Dan Hauck about the rapid uptake of its gen AI document automation tool PatternBuilderMax (with growth stats) and also the Utah-headquartered company’s ’24 […]
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Legal IT Insider’s editor Caroline Hill and iManage’s CEO and co-founder Neil Araujo chat about the highlights of iManage’s four-hour AI user group meeting AND the big reveal that iManage […]
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Washington-headquartered legal IT consultancy eSentio Technologies has hired Andrew Payne as its global associate director of DMS, we can reveal, in a hire that signifies an expansion of eSentio’s presence …
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Centerbase, a company that provides a cloud legal practice management platform for mid-sized law firms, today announced the beta launch of native document management, integrated directly within its platform. Leveraging Microsoft SharePoint as the underlying technology, it allows users to create, share, store and manage documents without leaving the platform. 
“Until now, best-in-class document management for law firms were
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Australian-founded document comparison software provider Draftable Legal has released a NetDocuments integration, meaning that it now integrates with all major document management systems, including iManage and Microsoft SharePoint.  Draftable Legal’s desktop …
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In a major win for NetDocuments, prestigious Am Law 100 firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom has selected its cloud-based document management system to support 1,700 lawyers across 21 …
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Today in the LawSites video series How It Works, we get a demonstration of ShareFile for Legal, a secure, digital solution designed to simplify document workflows and improve collaboration for legal professionals.
Joining me in this episode to tell us about ShareFile for Legal and show us how it works is Sara Hoeg, director, product management. In the
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Full-service UK law firm IBB Law has selected Intapp Documents (formerly Repstor), a Microsoft 365-based document and email management solution that connects content across SharePoint, Outlook and Teams, we can …
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