Workstorm, provider of enterprise-grade workplace collaboration technology, today announced expansion of its enterprise collaboration platform to serve corporate legal departments. The Workstorm platform is designed to meet the unique needs of the legal industry, beginning with law firms earlier this year and now expanding into corporate legal departments.
“Collaboration technology is changing how organizations conduct business, and the legal industry has been underserved in this transformation,” says Raj Fernando, Workstorm chairman and CEO. “As we continue to address the needs of law firms, we’re excited to expand our platform offerings to include the requirements of corporate legal departments.”
With messaging, video conferencing, document management system (DMS) integrations, file sharing, email and more, Workstorm provides a secure, all-in-one platform for corporate legal departments to conduct everyday business, at their desks or via mobile devices. The platform integrates with a company’s existing email and document management system to facilitate seamless communication and collaboration in one tool. Workstorm also provides custom integrations for enterprise customers, thereby condensing existing systems into one easy-to-use platform.
“There is a sizable strain put on legal operations teams and in-house counsel to communicate with many stakeholders across a wide array of matters,” states Michele C.S. Lange, vice president, legal technology, Workstorm. “Corporate legal departments require modern technology to help them manage risk and better serve the business units across their organizations. Workstorm provides an efficient and effective method of collaborating with stakeholders, whether they are across the hall or around the world.”
The Workstorm enterprise collaboration platform offers an unprecedented level of control and customization, resulting in new efficiencies in the delivery of legal services within a corporation. Customers have access to a full range of proprietary security settings, internal and external communications permissions and a suite of integrated product offerings. Workstorm can be used to streamline legal workflows within an organization, such as support for litigation, contracts, IP management, deal negotiations and any collaboration between law departments, their internal business clients, their law firms and other providers.
For more information on Workstorm or to get started with the product, visit http://www.workstorm.com
Source: Legal IT Insider