Padmanabhan & Dawson, PLLC chooses Epona, Office 365 and Matter Center for their DMS solution.

Minneapolis, MN based PADDA Law Group, experts in patent and intellectual property law has chosen Office 365 and deployed Epona DMSforLegal, Matter Center, fully utilizing SharePoint for their DMS solution.

Minneapolis, MN and Asheville, NC – March 14, 2019 PADDA Law Group (Padda), is a newly formed, deeply experienced law firm whose goal was to simplify and leverage technology dollars to make each team member highly productive and able to compete with older larger firms who cannot meet today’s entrepreneurs on the technology playing field.  Today, Nick Rogers, Chief Operating Officer is pleased to announce that their purchase of the Epona DMSforLegal & Epona Matter Center has been in full production for 6 months including matter creation origination from within Clio!

Mr. Rogers had this to say about the Epona Solution set and working with Epona: “As a newly formed firm, Padmanabhan & Dawson was looking for a custom solution that integrated with our other tools without sacrificing any of the functionality our attorneys were accustomed to.  Epona DMSforLegal combined with the Matter Center fit the bill and allowed us to leverage our existing commitment to the Office 365 platform.  Working with Keith and his team at Epona has been a great experience.  They were quick to respond, and timely in terms of deployment and production.  Their support was second to none.”

Keith Vallely, Vice-President of Epona USA, said: “PADDA Law Group is another win for Microsoft Office365, SharePoint Online, and Epona.  If a firm with a smaller user count needs to be able to compete with larger billion-dollar firms, they can now.  And effectively operate with the power of Microsoft behind them, coupled with the expertise of Epona to guide them.  Working with Nick and his team was a lot of fun. We look forward to a long relationship with PADDA LAW GROUP. Adding Clio integration simply expands the capabilities of the Matter Center to yet one more legal solution.”