The creators of iManage spent an enormous amount of time learning how attorneys do their job. Based on this information, the product was specifically designed for attorneys and has a very high user adoption rate. The ultimate goal of iManage Work is to save users’ time and reduce the frustration of the end user when they are trying to find documents. Continue reading “SharePoint vs iManage Work”
Today we will talk about why some users won’t adopt search for the Legacy document management system and how iManage Work 10 solves the search adoption issues for the users. Let’s take a look at 2 people with vastly different search needs. Continue reading “How Does iManage solves the Emails and Documents Search Adoption Issues?”
While attorneys who are accustomed to working with physical files typically find themselves handling an expandable folder that contains several manila folders which house the documents pertaining to correspondence, memorandums and other information that is vital to a case, those who choose to use Matter-Centric Collaboration design will find that their files may be managed more efficiently, and will be readily available to each individual who works on a case. Simply put, MCC allows those working on a case to interact with documents in the same way that they would with the more recognizable, physical files.
Matter Centric Collaboration provides attorneys and their administrative staff with an electronic Workspace that behaves similarly to the expandable folder that is so often used in firms that prefer to work with physical documents. The Workspace contains electronic matter files, which serve as the manila folders that are used to further organize physical documents into sub-files; this is where using MCC design becomes particularly useful: Instead of simply containing the documents that generally begin as physical items, lawyers may now organize electronic documents and pieces of communication more easily. Additionally, users will be able to avoid the step that requires filling out a profile form for each document in favor of simply saving it to a file location. From here, metadata will be copied to the document profile. This simplified process allows firms to collect and maintain a larger quantity and higher quality of metadata.
While ensuring that the legal professionals at your firm are maximizing their efficiency is a key factor in both providing better service to clients and increasing your bottom line, improving productivity is often challenging. One of the most common problems with enhancing efficiency falls not with the individual, however, but with a firm’s collaboration processes.
Collaboration is an unavoidable situation for legal professionals, and the sheer amount of time required for document identification and comparison tend to slow a firm’s typically streamlined work strategies. However, the implementation of collaboration technologies has the potential to reduce the amount of time spent on locating the proper document when it is needed.
Electronic Filing has become a need rather a luxury in speaking for law firms and other organizations. Managing letters, emails, contracts, briefs , videos all these documents can be overwhelming if there is not a standardized system for organizations today more ever than before. The question is can there be ways of storing documents in a manner that security is not compromised while keeping workflow and productivity running smoothly? The answer is YES!
Here are top 5 E-Filing practices that will ensure security
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Thursday, April 28, 2016, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM (UTC-5:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
155 Wellington Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 3J7
We are pleased to announce that Tanya Barbiero is the winner of our LegalTech giveaway Galaxy Samsung Tablet. Tanya is a Manger of Litigation Technology/Law Clerk at Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP, a very wonderful person.
We also would like to thank all of the attendees of the LegalTech, who entered for the LegalTech giveaway and making LegalTech a success; Our only regret is that there can only be one winner.
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The Gmail Integration with iManage is productivity software which empowers organizational users to automate a customized integration strategy for all Gmail accounts, populate profiles and save emails to desired client WorkSpaces. An automated Gmail Integration with iManage.
- Eliminates the need to purchase office, exchange server, communication server, EMM and other related software packages
Come see us at our Booth- No. 531
MacroAgility will be at the Legal Tech 2016 showcasing award winning iManage WorkSite Document Management System that allows you to manage all your documents and emails from anywhere. Also, come and learn how to eliminate costly software and save money with MacroAgility’s new year launch product Gmail2Work, which integrates iManage with Gmail.
Venue and Time of Presentation
Tuesday Feb 02, 2016 9:00am-5:00pm
Wednesday Feb 03, 2016 9:00am-5:00pm
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What is a Document Management System (DMS)?
A document management system is a software that is implemented by the law firms to help manage, organize, store, and track electronic documents.
Why is it important to have a Document Management System (DMS) in place?
The need for a document management system in a firm is more important now than ever due to the whole range of electronics and regulations that are in place. A good DMS can provide securely share work spaces with granular permissions, version control, content encryption and response to the lawyer needs from anywhere, at any time, with secure mobile access to shared work spaces.
Continue reading “Why you need a document management system for your law firm?”