Workshare and NetDocuments Broaden Strategic Partnership

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Customers Gain Seamless Workflow Between Leading Document Comparison and Document Management Technology

With this improved document lifecycle integration, customers will have a more streamlined experience when leveraging Workshare with NetDocuments.

Workshare, a long-time leader working with the legal industry's entrusted content, and NetDocuments, a leader in on-demand document management and collaboration services, announced a broad integration to provide a more complete document lifecycle management solution.

Customers can select an original document from NetDocuments online document management system and compare it to one or more modified documents utilizing Workshare's leading document comparison engine. Modified documents can then be saved directly back into NetDocuments.

"NetDocuments has offered a basic integration with Workshare's comparison products since 2001," said Alvin Tedjamulia, CIO, NetDocuments. "This new integration improves the customer experience and provides multiple options to leverage Workshare and NetDocuments industry leading technology together."

The integration provides customers multiple options to initiate comparisons with features available within the Workshare application and also available from within Microsoft Word. Working within Microsoft Word users can select a comparison document from NetDocuments for redlining, and then save the document directly to NetDocuments. These redlined documents can then be named, profiled and filed to a matter-centric workspace.

Working within Microsoft Outlook users have the ability to compare email attachments to a document selected from NetDocuments. Workshare's document redline summary now contains NetDocuments document ID and version information for the original documents, making it easy to track back to the sources of the document redline.

"We continue to focus resources on partners and technology solutions that will improve the customer experience," said John Grillos, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Workshare. "With this improved document lifecycle integration, customers will have a more streamlined experience when leveraging Workshare with NetDocuments."

As a legal technology leader, Workshare provides comprehensive solutions for document-centric business processes. Workshare's software solutions help people compare and collaborate on documents and securely share information with users in and outside their organization. Customers are able to leverage existing infrastructure investments in Microsoft Office, Microsoft SharePoint, document management systems and web portals.

About NetDocuments
NetDocuments is leading the industry trend for On Demand document management and collaboration services. Organizations of all sizes can save tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars by eliminating the hardware, system and client software, and ongoing administration of a legacy client-server technology model. With the NetDocuments patented service simply "turned on," business professionals can immediately begin storing, managing and sharing documents throughout the world and on any Internet-connected service device. Founded in 1998 and based in Orem, Utah, NetDocuments has 78,000 users in over 128 countries. For more information about the company and management, go to http://www.netdocuments.com.

About Workshare
Workshare, a long-time leader working with the legal industry's entrusted content, enables organizations to control and manage information securely. More than one million professionals rely on Workshare solutions to increase productivity and safeguard their confidential information; ultimately securing their intellectual property, customer relationships and the organization's reputation. Workshare's document comparison and collaboration solutions provide risk management and security to over 14,000 organizations worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.workshare.com.

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