Anderson Lloyd adopts new document management system

The firm is set to implement NetDocuments in line with its broader IT transformation initiative

Anderson Lloyd adopts new document management system

Anderson Lloyd is adopting a new document management system in line with its broader IT transformation initiative.

The firm is set to implement NetDocuments in place of its previous document management system. The new system includes features like ndMail, which facilitates AI-powered predictive email filing and intelligent folder mapping in Microsoft Outlook.

"NetDocuments’ tight integration with our new PMS and innovative features will enable our lawyers to take their work to the next level,” Anderson Lloyd CEO Richard Greenaway.

Anderson Lloyd has started 2024 on a high note, with a promotions cycle that saw the firm welcome new senior associates, associates and senior solicitors. The firm was also recognised in the 2024 Chambers Asia-Pacific Guide with five department rankings and six individual lawyer rankings.

The firm is also set to relocate its Christchurch office by mid-year.

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