Bundledocs cloud bundling gains traction, expands partner network, after nine months into north american market entry

BundledocsBy Legal Futures Associate Bundledocs

Cloud-based document bundling software provider Bundledocs has shared a 9 month ‘progress report’ of its cloud bundling and PDF editing solution entry into the North American legal market. Over the last 9 months, many discovery conversations with law firms and leading industry experts have led to market specific enhancements including addressing critical US compliance requirements by various judicial branches. On an organizational level  the company extended its  Support services to  cover North America .

Bundledocs key initiatives after nine months of North American legal market entry include:

Market value proposition: A key to Bundledocs’ success in binding and bundling over the years has been the added ability to manipulate, edit, and annotate the PDF content within the bundle or binder. This PDF functionality described as “easy to use” and “just right” functionality by Bundledocs clients has led Bundledocs to offer ‘PDF editing’ “as a service,” applicability either inside or outside of the bundle (i.e. against a single PDF document). Simply stated, PDF as Service is the delivery of the most popular PDF functions via an integrated cloud service.

Product innovation: Bundledocs Editor, launched last August during ILTACON 2022, allows users to manipulate, OCR, annotate and share PDF documents all from within their web browser or directly from within their document management system (DMS). A native cloud first architecture underpinned by rapid and agile development enables Bundledocs to quickly deliver new enhancements based on market feedback and regional needs. Case in point, early this year, PDF-A Support, a requirement for the USPTO, was added  ensuring that a document can be accessed and reproduced exactly the same way, consistently, over the long term.

Partner expansion: Bundledocs has forged strategic partnerships with leading legal technology IT and implementation experts Optiable and Chelsea Office Systems in the US, and Systems Auditing (SAI) in Canada.

Integration strategy: Bundledocs’ flexibility and open API access enable seamless integrations with cloud-based solutions or local on-premises applications. Bundledocs integrates with most leading practice and document management providers including Actionstep, Clio, iManage and NetDocuments. With the announcement of the standalone PDF Editor, the integration was extended providing in-line PDF edit services directly within both NetDocuments and iManage.

North American Support expansion: Bundledocs provides 24/7 support, having recently added customer success and support roles in North America and Australia, in addition to the European support team located in Ireland.

“Much like when we began our journey with Bundledocs in Europe a few years ago, the North American market has embraced our approach and solutions,” shared Bundledocs CEO Brian Kenneally. “We are 100% cloud, provide cost effective, proven, and easy to use document bundling tools, and now with the PDF editor enable administrators as well as professional staff to master PDF editing without complexity or lack of specific and often novel expertise.”

Peter Zver, Bundledocs VP of Revenue and Operations, North America, added: “We completed our due diligence and initial proof of concept surrounding best-in-breed cloud-based document bundling and alternatives to traditional/server based PDF editing solutions, and found that law firms are currently using a variety of complex and overly functional desktop tools. So, moving to a cloud-based editor provides cost savings as well as security, centralized management, and integration opportunitiesavailable with standalone products. As firms are migrating their document lifecycle applications, most notably their DMS to the cloud, a PDF editor represents an important part of that journey.”

Bundledocs has become the market leader in the electronic document production space, working primarily with the legal sector. With over 1,200 clients in over 34 countries, they are the first electronic document bundling tool on the market to receive ISO 27001 compliance.

For more details about Bundledocs at work in North America, please check out Soloway Wright’s user experience.


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