Kofax Power PDF users can now use a new integration with DMSforLegal, which allows them to edit PDFs directly in the DMS.
When legal professionals think about document management, they are more likely to think of expensive, unwieldy and complex applications, than off a well-organized filing system. But in 2021, document- and file management systems for law firms - and corporate legal departments - have become much
The Law Society of Alberta, which regulates approximately 12,000 lawyers, is using Microsoft365/SharePoint Online, as well as the Epona Matter Center and Epona DMSforLegal services, to improve usability and efficiency in document management.
Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall, one of the premier independent Ottawa law firms with an international footprint chose Microsoft Office 365, and SharePoint Online to replace their aging legacy DMS. Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall chose Epona Solutions for email and document management which has been in
Janković Popović Mitić (JPM) has chosen Epona Legal’s DMSforLegal as their new Office 365 based Document Management System. The new DMS will help JPM manage their matters more efficiently and access them from any place, at any time, from any device.
Epona USA is pleased to announce multiple clients in full production using the Epona Contract Management System for Office365. The system utilizes reporting elements in Office365 along with some dashboarding and metadata application mapping to provide a simple, easy to use, and cost effective to
Pignatelli & Adams, an innovative personal injury law firm, has fully adopted the Microsoft Office 365 Teams, SharePoint Online solution set and added Epona email and document management capabilities, with the Matter Center to aid in remote capabilities.
Levine and Levine having used SharePoint on Premises for their DMS for over 10 years moved to Office 365 in 2019 and went into full production earlier in 2020 using Epona Matter Center, DMSforLegal, Office 365, Microsoft Teams and more just prior to COVID-19 stay-at-home
If you want to bring order to the chaos of documents, e-mails, files on network drives and in mailboxes, it is best to start considering a Document Management System (DMS). But in your search for a DMS, the journey begins with more questions than answers.