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HighQ acquires Legal Anywhere
HighQ acquired legal software and technology company Legal Anywhere. With the acquisition, clients from both companies will have access to their combined expertise and resources. Financial details of the transaction weren’t revealed.
Epiq names Carla Swansburg as VP and GM of Canadian operations
Swansburg has more than 20 years of experience in the legal profession and is an expert in legal service delivery. She was previously chief officer, practice innovation, pricing and knowledge services at Blake, Cassels & Graydon. Prior to joining that firm, she served as senior counsel at Royal Bank of Canada.
iManage unveils update to document, email management solution
iManage Work 10.2 brings enhanced search capabilities, support for additional platforms and new features. The update introduces Apple Mac support, Gmail integrations, enterprise-grade security enhancements and automatic updates.
Asure, Density partner to provide more efficient meeting room utilization
Asure Software is partnering with Density to offer a meeting room solution which ensures efficient utilization of rooms and resources. As part of the partnership, Asure’s meeting room and resource management solutions will integrate with Density’s API to notify employees when rooms are available and facilitate reporting about space utilization and efficiency.
Kira Systems gains SOC2 Type II certification
Kira Systems completed its SOC2 Type II reporting certification, indicating confidence from auditors that controls are being applied consistently and on an ongoing basis. SOC2 Type II Certification consists of a rigorous examination by an independent accounting and auditing firm of the company’s internal control policies, practices and operations over a period of time.
Worldox GX4 Update 14 to include enhanced productivity tools, more powerful email platform
World Software Corporation revealed the Worldox GX4 Update 14 at ILTACON 2018. Update 14 will provide additional mobility and productivity features including Worldox Web 3.0, Task and Notify tools, in addition to a more powerful email engine.
Multiple custom invoice generation among features of PracticePanther’s billing process update
PracticePanther released an update to its billing process, offering users the ability to create multiple customized invoice templates. The software also allows attorneys to create the layout and fields in their invoices based on required items in a particular kind of case, eliminating the need for legal professionals to stretch one default invoice temple to the specific needs of their various kinds of cases.
OpenText reveals cloud-based legal onboarding application, legal offering suite
OpenText revealed OpenText Legal Center, a cloud-based EIM application designed to integrate with OpenText eDOCS to manage client onboarding and document sharing. The company also revealed plans to release a suite of products with strategic integrations in an effort to better serve the needs of the legal market. The suite will combine leading legal applications such as eDOCS, Axcelerate, EnCase and Decisiv.
Epiq expands Swiss business with data center launch
The data center, located in Zurich, provides secure, local hosting for the company’s Swiss clients. The infrastructure of the center is built in accordance with the Uptime Institute’s Tier IV standards and meets high performance connectivity, security and energy efficiency standards. Client data stored at the site is also backed up to another Swiss location.
Epiq to offer eDiscovery, transcriptions services on G-Cloud 10 marketplace
Epiq’s services are now being listed on the G-Cloud 10 framework and available for purchase to public sector organizations without the need for a full tender or competitive procurement process. Through the digital marketplace, Epiq will offer transcription services, eDiscovery, bundle creation, management software and electronic presentation of evidence series.