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Law firm selects NetDocuments as part of information governance strategy

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Blake, Cassels & Graydon, one of Canada's top business law firms, has selected NetDocuments as its document and email management platform. Blakes sought technology to manage all concerns related to data and cybersecurity, enhance client service and collaboration, and provide its people with an improved user experience.

“At Blakes, our commitment to innovation has always been a foundation of our success,” shared Bryson Stokes, the firm’s managing partner. “There is nothing more critical than having technology in place that allows us to deliver exceptional client service while also maintaining our clients’ trust and providing peace of mind surrounding their data and information. NetDocuments is helping us achieve our client service, information governance and security objectives.”

The Blakes team was also seeking an increased ability to collaborate internally and with clients, a focus on integrations with Microsoft Teams and other Microsoft products, and ways to better manage emails with predictive filing capabilities.

“We were impressed by NetDocuments’ commitment to innovation,” said Amar Gill, CTO at Blakes. “NetDocuments was born in the cloud so the maturity of the platform, the company’s deep understanding of cloud technology and focus on security was appealing to us.”

In the last year, NetDocuments has seen significant growth globally including in Canada. As a result, NetDocuments is setting up and will operate a new fifth commercial service region in Canada. NetDocuments currently operates services in the U.S., U.K., Germany, and Australia, as well as a government-specific service based on FedRAMP authorization.

“We have worked with thousands of law firms and corporate legal departments on technology evaluations and reviews, and the Firm’s dedication to a rigorous, fair, and thorough DMS evaluation was extremely impressive,” said Josh Baxter, CEO of NetDocuments.

For more information about NetDocuments, go to www.netdocuments.com

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