Quilling, Selander, Lownds, Winslett & Moser, P.C. Switches to iManage for Work Product Management

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16 August 2017

Leading firm chooses iManage Cloud for better performance, more flexibility and stronger security

iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, today announced that Quilling, Selander, Lownds, Winslett & Moser, P.C. (QSLWM) —a highly successful practice centered on state of the art litigation and bankruptcy services— has switched to iManage Cloud for Work Product Management.

The firm had been using NetDocuments for its document and email management needs for the past five years but was looking for a system that could provide the features, performance and customer support their attorneys – and clients – demanded. Additionally, the firm was challenged trying to comply with specific security audit requirements imposed by its clients with its current system. Based on the firm’s analysis, iManage provided the features they needed and was the only cloud vendor capable of meeting their client audit requirements.

“We work with many large and well-known financial services companies and failing security audits was simply unacceptable,” said Nate Robinson, IT Director, QSLWM. “iManage provides the performance and flexibility to effectively address the security requirements of our clients by fully supporting a hybrid cloud/on-premises solution. This flexibility is key to meeting our clients’ specific needs around data sovereignty, security and compliance. When it became clear our existing vendor could not deliver on these fronts, we voted with our feet and made the move to iManage.”

QSLWM joins the growing number of firms that have embraced iManage delivering the industry’s leading Work Product Management capabilities with scalable, reliable performance. The firm will leverage iManage Cloud’s hybrid model that allows most of their content to be stored in the cloud while allowing their most sensitive content to remain on premises.

“Strict data compliance and security is no longer just a checkbox requirement – firms like QSLWM demand a flexible solution with a comprehensive and modern approach to security to meet strict client demands,” said Dan Carmel, Chief Marketing Officer, iManage. “iManage gives QSLWM these capabilities with uncompromising performance and all the other benefits of a modern cloud —allowing their professionals to better serve their clients every day.”

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