• April 22, 2021
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Reynen Court introduces secure cloud offering for law firms

Reynen Court Inc., a fast-growing software company supported by a consortium of twenty of the largest global law firms, is launching a new full-service offering designed to accelerate innovation and expand adoption of its legal technology platform by law firms and in-house legal departments.

The Reynen Court platform helps firms and law departments efficiently source, test and buy, safely deploy, and strategically manage best-in-class software applications.

The new full-service offering provides turn-key access to a comprehensive solution that enables organizations to access the same powerful benefits of the platform (and the standardization it embodies) without requiring them to provision and manage their own private cloud, platform, and application deployments.

The new full-service offering comes with a lower up-front subscription fee than the self-managed platform and a flexible pay-as-you-go pricing regime that bundles deployment-specific application management services and cloud infrastructure provisioning into supplemental fees that are quoted in connection with each prospective application deployment.  Such fees will vary based on the application selected and the scope of the deployment.

“Before we even launched to the very large law firms that helped us design the platform, innovation teams at several large and mid-sized firms started asking us whether we could provide these elements on a full-service basis,” said Reynen Court founder and CEO Andrew D. Klein. “Over the last year, a number of influential in-house legal operations leaders similarly expressed interest in getting access to a comprehensive solution—an 'innovation laboratory in a box'—that they could use to source, evaluate, and securely try-out new applications in a trusted environment without over burdening their corporate IT departments.”

In connection with the launch, Reynen Court and Womble Bond Dickinson, a firm of 1,100 lawyers in 26 offices across the U.S. and the U.K., jointly announced that the firm had signed up for the new model in order to speed up their sourcing, testing and acquiring of new cloud-based technologies.

For more information about this platform, visit www.reynencourt.com.

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