FileTrail was recently chosen by Foley & Lardner LLP to upgrade its enterprise records management (RM) and information governance (IG) systems. The implementation is being overseen by information governance consulting firm InOutsource and includes integration of FileTrail’s best-in-class RMS with the firm’s document management system, NetDocuments. A second phase includes the installation of GPS, FileTrail’s recently launched IG policy suite.
FileTrail recently wrote an eBook entitled “Client Retention Hinges on Information Governance – How Automation Is Making Compliance Possible.” If you’re a C-level leader or RIM professionals, this eBook can help. Available at no charge, it provides information about current IG trends, as well as valuable insights about how law firms can move away from a reactionary approach to retention and toward a proactive workflow that automates IG processes, saves money and reduces risk.
Legal consulting firm InOutsource is gaining momentum for its FileTrail technology implementation consultation and services. In the past year alone, 11 law firms– including seven AmLaw 200 firms–have hired InOutsource to upgrade their records management solution with FileTrail.
In 2017 FileTrail demonstrated that it has a great solution for the legal industry. Thanks to our modern 100% browser-based design and custom IG policy management tools, FileTrail has become their de facto solution. In fact, last year the number of AmLaw 100 and 200 firms using FileTrail increased by 35%!
Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP discovered that FileTrail provides records management software that can easily be integrated with the firm’s accounting system. Plus, it’s already integrated with numerous DM systems right out-of-the-box.
Jackson Lewis evaluates all the major records management software on the market. In the end, it discovers FileTrail provides the best solution to meet a growing law firm’s long-term needs.
With news that ARM/FileSurf would no longer be developed, leaders at Loeb & Loeb (L&L) set out to replace its records management system. Ideally, the firm wanted a modern browser-based solution that supported its extensive compliance requirements.