Law firms now face major challenges and risks in records management:
- Clients specifying strict retention policies
- A growing volume of electronic and physical documents and records across repositories — costly to store and difficult to track
- Lack of support for legacy records systems like LegalKEY
FileTrail is the new industry standard for records management and information governance — endorsed and recommended by leading DMS vendors and adopted by Am Law 100 firms.
Find out more about how FileTrail enables firms to modernize records management, reduce risk, and streamline IT and storage costs.
Since 2000, FileTrail has been leading the way in information governance and records management for law firms.
We’ve worked with numerous organizations looking to adopt a more modernized approach by migrating from from legacy records management systems, including:
- iManage Govern
With support for both physical and electronic records, native integration with DMS solutions (including NetDocuments, iManage, OpenText and Microsoft), and unmatched IG policy and matter mobility capabilities, FileTrail is miles ahead of any other option.
“FileTrail is a core part of our vision to automate controls on records retention and monitor compliance with firm policies and client requirements on an ongoing basis.”
— Assistant General Counsel for Information Governance
“We thought it was important that the replacement for ARM/FileSurf lower our overhead costs, be easier to roll out, and provide more efficient processes for users. FileTrail has gone beyond our expectations in these areas.”
— CIO, Husch Blackwell
“We chose FileTrail not only because our technical evaluation confirmed that it was the best technology fit for our records management and information governance needs, but also because the team’s focus, expertise, professionalism and overall commitment to client success are true cornerstones of their culture.”
— Director of Records, Conflicts & New Business Department
Client Snapshot: Selendy & Gay
Client Snapshot: Nelson Mullins
Case Study: Shook, Hardy & Bacon