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October 26, 2012
NetDocuments Joins the American Bar Association's Law Practice Management Section
By Raju Shanbhag, TMCnet Contributor
NetDocuments has announced that the company has joined the exclusive group of software vendors who offer legal technology solutions to the members of the American Bar Association. The company has joined this elite club with it LPM’s Premium Solutions Provider sponsorship.
NetDocuments enables companies with the freedom to access and work on their documents anywhere. Users can go to the Internet and login to all their documents. Based on clients or projects, they can also organize files into folders. Also, they can search the content of their Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF's, and e-mails.
This product from allows users the peace of mind since they will know their work backed up and safe in world-class data centers.
Having NetDocuments as the major Internet platform for a business processes offers a high level of security, protection, and capabilities, as documents and emails are always at the center of any communication and business activity these days. It also allows users to finish their tasks and increase client loyalty without experiencing any technical difficulties.
“We’re extremely excited to officially be part of LPM, focusing on the education of best practices and technology across the legal industry,” Leonard Johnson, VP of Marketing and Product Management at NetDocuments, stated. “By joining LPM as a Premium Solutions Provider, we’ll be able to better communicate our message to the legal community about how cloud-based technology like NetDocuments can provide incredible value to a firm in the areas of security, mobility, disaster recovery, and reduced costs.”
Recently, the company relocated global headquarters to the Thanksgiving Park, just south of Salt Lake City. NetDocuments has serviced their user base of over 100,000 users across 140 countries from Orem, UT since its incorporation in 1998. With this relocation to Thanksgiving Park, NetDocuments will be joining a technology hub that has witnessed a quick increase in development in the past many years.
Edited by Rich Steeves
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