With a client-centric commitment to excellence in mind, Saul Ewing LLP merged with Arnstein & Lehr LLP in September of 2017, providing their clients with expanded capabilities and greater depth in key practice areas. The merger happened to take place in the middle of Saul Ewing’s DMS deployment to the iManage Cloud. For efficiency and productivity’s sake, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP (Saul Ewing) found they needed to consolidate all of their databases into one primary database.
Ryan Bond, VP of Professional Services here at SeeUnity discusses how firms are bundling their chosen business applications ecosystem together with the ability to archive, sync, or publish content from one system to another. This concept helps maintain IG initiatives and provides for a more efficient, simplified workflow. Firms can work in their chosen best-in-class applications, collaborate with outside partners and clients, and be more productive.
Customer Success story Berger Schatz Ensures Business Continuity and Resiliency with Move to iManage Cloud SeeUnity’s Velocity Content Migration Product Provides Data Verification and Transformation for Optimal iManage Cloud Experience – With In order to keep pace with an increasingly competitive market, Michael Sauriol, Director of Information Services for Berger Schatz, was looking to optimize […]
With efficiency and scalability in mind, Wilkes Artis made the decision to transition from their on-premise iManage DMS to the iManage Cloud. The move would allow attorneys to work smarter for their clients with increased security and accessibility while reducing their IT workload. This solution would support future growth and improvements, helping them maintain their competitive edge as the leader in real estate tax and condemnation litigation.
As part of a technology refresh and update, Clint Kehoe, Director of IT at Neal, Gerber, & Eisenberg (NGE), and his team began systematically upgrading the firm’s various business applications with compatibility and scalability in mind. The group sought out feedback from end-user attorneys and evaluated how to streamline their processes to increase efficiency and productivity. Attorneys were spending a significant amount of time moving a large amount of content manually between their iManage Work DMS and HighQ Collaborate in order to share databases or links to documents externally with their clients. Each practice has at least two data rooms in HighQ, making manual shifting documents a cumbersome task. When mattes were closed all of the content needed to be moved back to iManage for archiving. Often, the data did not get moved out of HighQ, or IT would end up moving the data back to iManage.