NetDocuments, a leading cloud content and productivity platform that provides document management, email management, and collaboration & productivity solutions for legal professionals, announced an unprecedented growth in 2021.
Legal professionals around the world are adopting the single document management platform, including 4 Am Law 100-ranked firms such as Jenner & Block and Vinson & Elkins switching to NetDocuments in 2021.
NetDocuments now has the United States Attorney's Office as a client and achieved FedRAMP Authorisation in May, hitting a new milestone in compliance and security while renewing the ISO 27001, ISO 27017, ISO 27018, and ISO 27701 certifications, and receiving an independent attestation of compliance with HIPAA security and privacy.
In addition to growing their client base, 72% of the pre-existing users upgraded to the Work Inspired solutions. The success has resulted from the contribution of 170-member group focusing on user experience and landmark integrations such as Microsoft Teams, DocuSign eSignature, and LexisNexis for NetDocuments Highlights. Furthermore, the acquisition of the no-code document automation platform Afterpattern presents new opportunities further adding productivity to the solution.
“Not only are more firms and law departments dedicated to a ‘cloud first’ strategy, but the sophistication of our customers is extremely impressive,” stated Josh Baxter, NetDocuments CEO. “They are pushing the envelope of what they want to achieve with their document management system, and we are there to give them the platform that enables continual innovation.”
Expansion in Australia and across EMEA was underscored by Leeds-based Walker Morris’ go-live. In terms of implementations, 502 firms “turned on” their NetDocuments platform in 2021, including Ice Miller and Sullivan & Cromwell.
The growth and records in 2021 by NetDocuments had resulted in 150 new hires, which had resulted in 54% increase in female team members and new additions to leadership across the engineering, customer care, marketing and product groups.
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