History has shown that the legal industry is one of “follow my leader” – but in today’s legal market, there’s no room to play this game any more. The worst reason for evaluating NetDocuments is because another firm is making the change.
There are plenty of measurable, demonstrable and urgent reasons for a firm to consider a move to NetDocuments.
- sprawling infrastructure - which is hard to manage: indexing servers, application servers, data storage, databases – time and effort vacuums
- a lack of features - sharing, mobility, open APIs and predictive email filing that simply knows where emails should be filed
- shattered vendor confidence - leaving missed support tickets and no clear roadmap behind
If these ring true for your firm, look at NetDocuments through the lens of the business you are responsible for – and do it soon. Wait too long and you will miss early adopter advantage.
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The cost of capacityOn-premise document management systems need capacity for growth, in data and licensing. This gets complex when you need to factor in middle tier, OS, SQL and other licensing – it’s hard to plan for growth.
The cost of agilityOpening new offices overseas or in a new city takes a long time to procure hardware and build environments. Mergers and acquisitions are especially complex, with hard choices: either disrupt normal operations, fork out for expensive data integration experts, or delay commercially important timelines.
After so many stories from the SharePoint Fan Club and the ShareWhatsThePoint Doubters, we’ve thrown the Insider open to every legal document management systems supplier with a pulse to set out their stalls. We’ve got Microsoft. We’ve got Epona. We’ve got HP WorkSite, NetDocuments and Worldox. And we’ve even got news of a new entrant into the legal DMS market: MetaJure Smart.If you don’t subscribe already, you should. Follow the link to grab a pdf copy and subscribe for future editions.
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