Prosperoware Announces a New Webinar Series: Must-Have Tools for the Modern Law Firm

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Series will help firms streamline how they manage their document and matter files, drive adoption of the electronic file, and properly govern their content

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Prosperoware’s Milan IG platform delivers the industry’s most comprehensive ethical wall and confidentiality management solution on the market, providing an intuitive and powerful interface for risk teams and matter owners alike.

Prosperoware, a leading enterprise software company delivering innovative technology that connects the business with the practice of legal and professional services, today announces a new webinar series: “Must-Have Tools for the Modern Law Firm.” Designed to help firms make better use of technology to support information governance strategies and achieve greater lawyer adoption of their document management systems (DMS), the monthly series kick-offs on Wednesday, March 23 at 10am Central / 11am Eastern / 4pm GMT with: “Give Your Professionals Flexibility while Maintaining an Umbrella of Control.”

Security concerns abound, and the massive amount of data we generate is only growing. Many firms deployed their systems five or more years ago. At that time, service offerings, business mandates, network architectures, and working preferences were substantially different. Today, firms across the globe are looking to revamp their systems to provide modern and improved information governance (IG) solutions and practices to close the gap between physical and digital files and seamlessly shift to today’s “need-to-know” security policies.

Prosperoware’s Milan family of products address the full range of information governance practices—from how information is organized to how it is secured, retained, and discovered. Milan simplifies the administration of the firm’s DMS, improves user adoption of electronic files, and helps firms properly govern their content – without negatively impacting lawyer productivity.

Milan’s iManage Add-ons set the industry standard. As documented by iManage itself, a recent Milan success at Drinker Biddle & Reath doubled user adoption of their iManage document management system, enhanced the firm’s information governance capabilities, and reduced workspace clutter by 95% Milan streamlines how users manage their workspaces, documents, and email while significantly reducing the need for IT assistance.

Prosperoware’s Milan IG platform delivers the industry’s most comprehensive ethical wall and confidentiality management solution on the market, providing an intuitive and powerful interface for risk teams and matter owners alike.

To kick-off the webinar series, please join Milan experts Ben Weinberger, Vice President of Solutions, and Nancy Walker, Senior Training and Solution Engineer, on Wednesday, March 23 as they present “Give Your Professionals Flexibility while Maintaining an Umbrella of Control.”

In this webinar, Ben and Nancy will discuss how firms can use Milan Matter Hub to balance their lawyers’ need to work effectively and productively while enabling the firm’s need to mitigate risk, protect sensitive data—and monitor failures to follow policy. Webinar attendees will take away these specific, Milan Matter Hub how-to strategies:

  •     Streamline folder management
  •     Let professionals manage security while adhering to firm policy
  •     Streamline re-filing of content
  •     Manage My Matters
  •     Stage deleted files in a recycle bin

Ben comments, “The current environment of stricter information governance policies and regulations is here to stay. Developing, initiating, and maintaining policies to assure compliance is a daunting task and requires coordination across multiple IT systems. Nevertheless, this is a critical issue for firms to solve. We are pleased to deliver this webinar series in an easy-access format to provide pathways to the technology and processes that will solve these business-critical problems—with little or no intervention from IT."

Register for the Wednesday, March 23 live broadcast, “Give Your Professionals Flexibility while Maintaining an Umbrella of Control,” here.

Mark your calendars for our other upcoming webinars:

  •     April 20 - Protect Client Data by Evolving to a “Need to Know” Law Firm
  •     May 25 - Streamline Onboarding/Offboarding and Matter File Transfers
  •     June 15 - Alleviate Service Desk Bottlenecks with Distributed Administration
  •     July 13 - Improve Collaboration Across Offices and Clean Up Old Matters
  •     August 10 - Unify Workspace Provisioning across Your Firm
  •     September 14 - Expand Insight into Your DMS
  •     October 12 - Make Sure Your Clients’ Email Makes it to the File
  •     November 9 - Keep Your Ethical Walls from Crumbling

About Prosperoware

Prosperoware is an enterprise software company focused on law firms, corporate legal departments, and professional services firms. Our 300,000+ users represent half of the G20 and AmLaw 100 firms as well as large global corporations and Big Four accounting firms. Our innovative software transforms how professionals work and enables firms to deliver more value to clients while protecting profitability. We empower firms to reduce costs, improve profitability, and better compete by:

  •     Improving relationships with clients by delivering predictable fees and beneficial insight into work performed
  •     Empowering professionals to price and budget while leveraging modern profitability metrics
  •     Evolving to a “need to know” security model without impacting workflow
  •     Simplifying iManage administration and improving user adoption of electronic files

Our teams work primarily from offices in London, Chicago, and Philadelphia. Our 270+ customers range in size from small firms with just a handful of users to those with more than 14,000. Prosperoware customers include: Akin Gump, Goodwin Procter, Baker Botts, Hill Dickinson, Berwin Leighton Paisner, DLA Piper, Duane Morris, Hughes Hubbard & Reed, Sheppard Mullin, Comcast, and NBCUniversal.

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