Year: 2012

World Software Corporation Announces Worldox Enterprise at ILTA 2012

DOWNLOAD THE PDF ILTA CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C. – August 27, 2012 – At ILTA, World Software Corporation® ( announces Worldox GX3 Enterprise, its document management system (DMS) with a new architecture designed to support multi-office and remote connectivity environments ( booths#706-708). The Enterprise version includes a patent pending add-on server component that enables fast connectivity for remote offices and externally located users. Worldox GX3 Enterprise allows centralized document storage and indexing in a firm’s data center, to provide efficient deployment to remote offices and locations. The patent pending architecture works synchronously with Microsoft published application technology. It allows lawyers and

World Software Corporation Announces Legal Hold Feature in Worldox

Worldox Sites Can Now Control User Access and Comply with Judicial Hold Requirements for Electronic Discovery Purposes DOWNLOAD THE PDF   Glen Rock, NJ– August 7, 2012 – World Software Corporation® (, announces today a new Legal Hold feature for Worldox GX3 Professional, the newest version of its award- winning document management system (DMS), providing the ability to store and preserve files in read-only repositories with tightly controlled access. Customers can now easily assign appropriate rights and restrictions to stored files and create restricted- access Security Groups among their employees. Authorized users within the Groups can move files in and

World Software Corporation Posts Sales Record in First Half of 2012 with Hundreds of New Legal Customers Buying Worldox

New Clients Include Evans & Mullinix, P.A., the Bryant Law Firm, and Matrix Energy LLC DOWNLOAD THE PDF   Glen Rock, NJ– July 25, 2012 – World Software Corporation® ( announces today that the first half of 2012 set records for Worldox sales, with hundreds of law firms and legal departments purchasing Worldox, the award-winning document management system (DMS). Three of the new Worldox customers include law firms Evans & Mullinix, P.A. and the Bryant Law Firm and Matrix Energy LLC’s legal department. World Software Corporation has set the standard in the evolving field of document management. More than 5000

Why one US law firm switched from iManage to Worldox

Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP is nationally recognized for its work focused on legal issues facing the construction industry. Based in Atlanta, we have eight offices throughout the United States. As Director of Information Technology, I was recently involved in Smith Currie’s decision to convert to the Worldox Document Management System (DMS), from Autonomy’s iManage system.

World Software Corporation Launches Worldox Professional at LegalTech New York ’12 Next Week

Company Also Announces Upcoming Releases of Worldox GX3 Enterprise and Cloud DOWNLOAD THE PDF   Glen Rock, NJ– January 30, 2012 – Today at LegalTech New York ’12 , World Software Corporation® ( launches Worldox GX3 Professional, a major new release of its award-winning document management system (DMS). Worldox GX3 Professional includes a redesigned user interface, with new features and enhanced speed and integration. The software is dramatically faster overall, with an improved look and feel. Also at LegalTech, World Software announces upcoming releases of both Worldox GX3 Enterprise, an offering for larger firms with multi-locations; and Worldox GX3 Cloud,

Smith Currie Law Firm Implements Worldox Document Management Software

New Technology is Powerful, Feature-Rich and Effortless to Maintain Download the PDF   Glen Rock, NJ– January 20, 2012 – World Software Corporation announced today that Atlanta-based “Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP has successfully installed its award-winning WorldoxDocument Management System (DMS). The firm chose to convert to Worldox from its previous DMS, Autonomy’s iManage system, for a variety of reasons including Worldox’s powerful and feature-reach capabilities, email management, excellent technical support, and less expensive hardware requirements. According to Smith Currie Director of Information Technology Steve Swaney, “After looking at several DMS options including our incumbent solution, Autonomy, and NetDocuments, we

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