LiquidText announces integration with iManage to enhance document management
LiquidText, provider of a reading, note-taking, and document analysis platform, is integrating with iManage Work, a work product management platform for law firms, corporate legal departments, and other professional services firms, bringing together the best of LiquidText's capabilities with iManage's robust document and email management competencies.
“This integration empowers legal professionals to revolutionize their document management and analysis processes. By combining LiquidText's unique approach to reading, note-taking, and document analysis and iManage's comprehensive work product management, users will experience enhanced efficiency and productivity, making their work more intuitive, flexible, and informed,” said Craig Tashman, Ph.D. and CEO of LiquidText. “Integrating with iManage is an important step towards meeting the needs of our growing law firm enterprise clients.”
Key features of the LiquidText and iManage integration include:
- LiquidText Functionality Within iManage Documents – All the functionality of LiquidText that improves productivity and document analysis will now be available for documents in iManage, including highlighting, note-taking, and annotating and the ability to connect content and ideas with several linking functions. LiquidText’s new AI features that allow for asking questions about document sets and making citations will also be available.
- Improved Workflow - LiquidText allows for seamless import from iManage and can automatically save document annotations right back to iManage, improving workflow and saving time.
- Cross-Platform Support - LiquidText works with iManage on Windows, Mac, and iPad devices.
“This new integration with LiquidText utilizing our Universal APIs further expands our partner ecosystem and will enhance current workflows, saving legal professionals time, and allowing them to focus on what they do best—providing expert advice and services to their clients,” said iManage’s executive vice president of digital enablement and communities Dean Leung.
For more information about this news, visit www.liquidtext.com or https://imanage.com.