DocsCorp has announced it has significantly expanded its integration capability to include NetDocuments, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider.
"Law firms are increasingly demanding more from their PDF creation and management software; collation, redaction, electronic filing, bates stamping, document binding as well as tight integration into their business-critical applications, processes and systems," said Alvin Tedjamulia, CTO, NetDocuments.
"pdfDocs Desktop provides an effortless integrated solution with our SaaS-based Document Management Services that we are delighted to offer our customer base."
NetDocuments, a provider of SaaS document, email and collaborative document services, provides legal, real estate, financial and health service professionals with instant access to their work (documents, emails, projects etc) no matter where they are. Documents are stored in a repository that users access through their browser.
Integration with pdfDocs Desktop means that NetDocuments users will be able to pull down documents to their local system, convert them to PDF and push them back as new or related documents. Alternatively, users can save documents into NetDocuments as PDFs direct from MS Word.
The pdfDocs Desktop Organizer workspace lets users assemble single pages, documents or multiple sets of documents while they work on them. Users can combine, mark-up, add stationery, watermarks, digital signatures, redact text and split PDF documents for easy electronic filing.
A powerful new Binder feature enables users to collate PDF and non-PDF documents into a single or multi-document collection, complete with a table of contents, cross-document bookmarks, links and indexes. The final document or collection can be Bates stamped with just a few mouse clicks.
Commenting on the announcement, David Woolstencroft, senior vice president, worldwide sales and marketing said "We are happy to welcome NetDocuments users to the DocsCorp family. One of our most successful strategies has been around integration. Our mission has always been to develop solutions that integrate into and add value to core business applications without requiring a lot of training and change management. Integration should not only be seamless, it should also be as painless as possible."
DocsCorp plans to extend its integration within the next couple of months to help NetDocuments provide an even more feature-rich, efficient and secure document service to its clients.
Some of the features earmarked to be included in the next release will be the ability to save a document back into NetDocuments as the current or new version of an existing document.