Month: July 2010

Worldox® Upholds Winning Track Record, Besting Legal DMS Competition in 2010 Law Technology News Technology Vendor Satisfaction Survey Results

DOWNLOAD THE PDF Ridgewood, NJ – July 27, 2010 – World Software Corporation® (, the company behind the award-winning Worldox® Document Management System (DMS) software, today announced that Worldox has scored the highest among its competitors in the 2010 Law Technology News Technology Vendor Satisfaction Survey, conducted by ALM Legal Intelligence. Worldox bested its DMS competition in 8 out of 9 categories and had the highest overall average % for vendor satisfaction. Also, Worldox/Web Mobile attained top marks in the Mobile Tools/Devices/Services category. According to the Survey, notable wins for Worldox where the software performed markedly higher than competitors (in

Hoskin Farina & Kampf enhances document and email management with cost-effective Worldox

The Solution: Worldox In the summer of 2009, our Colorado-based law firm began looking for a new document management system (DMS). We use an accounting, time and billing system from Oregon-based Legal Software Systems (LSS), and at the time we used a DMS product from LSS – LSSDocs. We desired a more robust DMS product that integrates deeply with Microsoft Outlook. Further, we sought DMS software with greater flexibility regarding document rights management and security. When we began our search, we looked at these DMS offerings: Document Locator from Oregon’s ColumbiaSoft, iManage Interwoven (now owned by the U.K.’s Autonomy), and

Howard Kennedy: Worldox/Web Mobile helps London firm’s lawyers access key documents online – anytime, anywhere

The Decision I didn’t know much about Worldox until earlier this year, but I certainly was familiar with Document Management Systems (DMS). In fact, we were on our second DMS implementation – an effort which so far had not been satisfactory. We did exhaustive due diligence, but the former product was not functioning consistent with our expectations. Time for a change We knew we had another round of (expensive) custom programming to rectify the situation, or we’d have to try something new. So I was very interested when Frank Jones (Legal Software Connection, Inc.) suggested Worldox – even more interested

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