Lehi, UT (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
Frost Brown Todd, a full service law firm with offices in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee and West Virginia, announced it will replace its on-premise document management system with NetDocuments cloud-based service. Founded in 2000 through a merger of legacy firms Brown Todd and Heyburn PLLC and Frost & Jacobs LLP and more recently in 2009 with Locke Reynolds LLP, Frost Brown Todd is today one of the largest law firms in the Midwestern United States with nine offices and 1,000+ people. Frost Brown Todd identified global accessibility, security and built-in disaster recovery as driving forces for making the decision to switch.
“After evaluating the various players in the market, we selected NetDocuments because their modern approach to this technology provides us with the security, accessibility and collaborative features that we need to operate in the coming years,” Paul Bromwell, Chief Information Officer, stated. “Ease of use and simple but effective integration were other key components that we looked at and NetDocuments is a winner in both areas.”
Built-in security, disaster recovery, and mobility have become increasingly important for law firms to keep pace with technology while continuing to provide a high-level of service to their clients. “At the end of the day, law firms are focused on two things, their work product and their clients. The NetDocuments service and technology was designed from the ground up with these objectives in mind while incorporating them into the broader picture of security, matter-centricity, search, mobility, and compliance.” Ken Duncan, CEO at NetDocuments stated. “We are pleased to have Frost Brown Todd now among the many leading global law firms who are using NetDocuments web-based document and email management service. We view our customer firms as true partners as we collectively improve the service year over year.”
Founded in 1999, NetDocuments web-based service has given firms of all sizes the ability to reduce costs and increase security, mobility, and disaster recovery to documents and emails from anywhere and on any device. With fully redundant datacenters in the US and UK, NetDocuments services some of the largest and most prestigious global law firms and financial services organizations. With anytime, anywhere access, firms are able to increase productivity and improve the client experience through a comprehensive cloud-based document management service. For more information about the company, go to http://www.netdocuments.com. To hear additional firms who are switching from on-premise to the cloud, visit http://www.netdocuments.com/switch