iManage Cloud Delivers Simplicity and Security for Boutique Family Law Firm Honsa Rodd Landry

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19 October 2017

iManageiManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, today announced that Honsa Rodd Landry, P.A.—a boutique Minneapolis-based law firm focused exclusively on family law—has selected iManage Cloud for their Work Product Management platform.

The six-attorney firm saw an opportunity to increase its legal professionals’ efficiency and enhance client service through adoption of iManage Cloud. Due to very limited IT resources, the firm also needed a reliable and easy-to-use solution. With iManage Cloud, Honsa Rodd Landry will gain on-demand access to iManage Work 10 for document and email management and iManage Share for secure file collaboration. Additionally, the firm will use iManage Mobility allowing their users to securely file, retrieve and edit key documents and emails anywhere, any time, on any device.

“Since we don’t have dedicated on-site IT staff, technical issues could result in delayed access to critical documents,” said Kristy Rodd, Partner, Honsa Rodd Landry. “Because of my past experience with iManage at a larger law firm, I know how valuable it would be to incorporate the same platform here. Getting iManage Work 10 and iManage Share via the iManage Cloud is an essential solution for us.”

The firm has already found iManage Cloud to be extremely valuable in mediation hearings, enabling its attorneys to easily access important documents, files and communications from a tablet or laptop rather than having to bring and search through several boxes of paper. The firm anticipates cost savings of thousands of dollars by eliminating printing and external storage of physical documents.

“iManage Cloud isn’t just for big firms—it’s for firms of any size that want to work more efficiently,” said Dan Carmel, Chief Marketing Officer, iManage. “With iManage Cloud, it’s easy for boutique firms to get a big solution. Honsa Rodd Landry is a perfect example for other small firms who are looking for ways to make their professionals more productive.”

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