Wednesday, March 26, 2014
JuraLaw National Case, Calendar and Docket Management SaaS Announces Integration with NetDocuments Cloud-based Document Management System
ABA TECHSHOW CHICAGO - March 27, 2014 – At the American Bar Association TechShow 2014 today, Law Bulletin Publishing Company (LBPC) announced a new integration between its JuraLaw® web-based national case, calendar and docket management Saas (Software-as-a-Service) and the NetDocuments® cloud-based document management system. The integration will be demonstrated at the ABA TechShow, booth #108 on Thursday, March 27th and Friday, March 28th.
The new integration enables JuraLaw® users to associate documents stored in NetDocuments® to cases, dockets and diary events in JuraLaw®. The integration works in real-time, so as new documents are added to NetDocuments®, users can immediately link them to records in JuraLaw®. The intuitive interface makes selecting and viewing documents directly within JuraLaw® quick and easy. Since both JuraLaw® and NetDocuments® are cloud-based, users can access both programs anywhere and anytime from any web-enabled device.
David Glynn, Vice President of Docket Management Technologies at Law Bulletin Publishing Company, explained, “With the integration of NetDocuments®, JuraLaw® now offers the ability to associate all cases, dockets and diary events to source documents for validation and convenient reference. Access to the documents through JuraLaw® is seamless and takes advantage of NetDocuments®' extensive enterprise search engine. When users associate documents with diary events that appear in lawyers’ calendars, lawyers can click on the link in the diary event to quickly and easily view the associated document. The efficiency advantages of the integration plus the convenience of the cloud is a winning combination which we are very pleased to be able to offer to our customers.”
“Having NetDocuments®’ rich document management functionality now available inside the JuraLaw® interface is a fantastic win for both companies and more importantly, it brings incredible value to our customers,” said Marriott Murdock, Marketing Director at NetDocuments®. “The JuraLaw® team did a great job integrating and embedding the core NetDocuments® features and crafting an excellent user experience directly in the JuraLaw® interface.”
About Law Bulletin Publishing Company and JuraLaw®
Since 1984, Law Bulletin Publishing Company (LBPC) has been a legal docket software provider, having produced the DM2000 docketing system and now JuraLaw®, a web-based national case, calendar and docket management SaaS product. LBPC’s experts have a combined 120 years of proven experience in proofing, verifying, correcting and formatting court data to ensure information is accurate and timely. JuraLaw® helps keep lawyers on track for important deadlines and on time for court appearances and in these ways reduces the risk of legal malpractice claims.
Founded in 1854, Law Bulletin Publishing Company provides a wide variety of legal and real estate publications, including the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin® newspaper, the Chicago Lawyer® magazine, Sullivan’s Law Directory® and a number of other regional legal and real estate publications and blogs.
For more information, visit www.JuraLaw.com
Founded in 1999, NetDocuments® web-based service has given law 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® is used in over 1,000 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 www.netdocuments.com.