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.
Since its inception nearly 150 years ago, prominent West Coast law Firm Miller Nash had used traditional systems to manage its documents and records. However, recent growth and outdated technology necessitated that the firm upgrade its systems and move to a modern and streamlined solution.
Two more prominent law firms: Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP; and Miller & Martin decide to move to FileTrail.
Recently FileTrail announced the release of several new features that make it easier for firms to switch from LegalKEY to FileTrail. Many of these features were developed because LegalKEY is no longer being updated to address current industry standards.
In Part 1 of this series, Patrick and I discussed some of the industry’s biggest IG trends, as well as why compliance keeps getting more complex. This week, we’ll be exploring what’s behind the increase in IG audits. Patrick will also share some of his best advice for laws firms that are scrambling to comply with rapidly evolving IG directives.
In the first article in this series, we examined the technical criteria that Dentons used to assess records management software options. Now in Part 2, we’ll take a look at some of the other important assessment questions it asked before ultimately selecting FileTrail.