In early March I attended the LegalTech Asia Technology Summit in Hong Kong and particularly enjoyed a presentation by Stuart Kay from Baker McKenzie. Stuart's presentation was titled Global Solution, Local Adoption and in it he described how Baker McKenzie had successfully rolled out a new legal templates solution - a set of Office 2010 Templates - to over 10,000 users across their 72 offices in 45 countries.
The remarkable thing about this solution deployment is that the same set of Office ...[Read More]
With its native document management capabilities, SharePoint is attractive to many organizations. The IT area sees SharePoint as a way to improve upon storing emails in Outlook folders and other files in network file shares. From a management perspective extending the use of SharePoint to email and document management makes sense because it means that the organization is extracting more value from its investment in SharePoint. This is particularly the view when the organization is paying mainte ...[Read More]
MacroView Managing Director, Noel Williams, will be speaking at the upcoming Sinch Online Legal Services Conference on March 11, 2011 to be held at the City Tattersalls Club in Sydney. Noel will be speaking on the topic 'Microsoft SharePoint - the Next Generation of Legal Document Management'. The Conference will feature around 25 of the world's foremost legal technology and web services pioneers who will share their experience about the most crucial technology issues affecting the legal indust ...[Read More]
Following on from our successful visit to ILTA 2010, MacroView is exhibiting its range of SharePoint add-ons for law firms and legal departments during at Legal Tech New York, January 31 - February 2, 2011 at the New York Hilton (Booth 1414).
MacroView staff will be available to demonstrate MacroView DMF Professional Legal Pack v7 which provides full-function matter-centric document management on SharePoint 2010, as well as MacroView ClauseBank and MacroView Precedent which provide legal doc ...[Read More]
Two products in the MacroView range are popular with law firms, legal departments and other organizations looking to prepare Legal documents more efficiently and accurately:
Both these products link Microsoft SharePoint with Microsoft Word to streamline Word document preparation.
Do you need to find and insert optional clauses into your contracts, agreements or other legal documents?
MacroView ClauseBank uses SharePoin ...[Read More]
Law firms often find that out-of-the-box Microsoft SharePoint falls short of satisfying their legal document management requirements. The MacroView DMF Professional Legal Pack extends the document management capabilities of SharePoint in a number of key areas, making SharePoint a viable alternative to a ‘traditional’ DM solution based on OpenText / Hummingbird or Autonomy / Interwoven Worksite.
Microsoft Outlook Integration
MacroView DMF lets you navigate the complete SharePoint document ...[Read More]
Law firms considering using SharePoint for legal document management often ask whether they can use a Client / Matter-centric approach. They want to be easily able to see and retrieve documents that have been stored for a particular Client or for a particular Matter for a Client. When saving a document, email or other file legal users want to choose the relevant Client and Matter rather than having to navigate the document store.
Retrieving and saving on the basis of the client-matter pr ...[Read More]