DocsCorp Delivers on MS SharePoint Integration Requirements for Leading UK law Firm Lewis Silkin

30 May, 2011—Following up on its previous announcement of signing leading City law firm Lewis Silkin as a client, DocsCorp, a global leader in PDF integration technology and productivity software for law firms, announced today it has completed the MS SharePoint integration requirements for the firm. Lewis Silkin will deploy the entire pdfDocs Solutions Suite (pdfDocs Desktop, compareDocs, Binder, formFiller and OCR Desktop) and Payne's Metadata Assistant across the entire firm.

Commenting on the announcement, Lewis Silkin IT Director, Jan Durant, said "DocsCorp has provided the seamless integration between our respective products to empower our users to work more efficiently. This has always been a critical requirement for us. Our decision to change to DocsCorp was driven by the fact that our previous solutions provider was unable to deliver a workable integration solution. Even using MS Word compare native functionality proved unacceptable."

Ben Mitchell, VP Sales for DocsCorp EMEA, said he was very excited about adding Lewis Silkin to the DocsCorp family of clients. pdfDocs fits the bill perfectly for Lewis Silkin, leveraging their existing investment in SharePoint DMS to fulfil user requirements in their day-to-day work, and to deliver competitive cost of ownership.

Integration for Lewis Silkin SharePoint DMS

The pdfDocs Solution Suite integrates into core business applications (MS Office), processes and systems (MS SharePoint, Autonomy iManage and Opentext eDOCS and LiveLink) to deliver higher levels of efficiency, productivity and security when working with business-critical documents.

Integration with pdfDocs Solutions Suite and MS SharePoint will open up some unique workflows for Lewis Silkin. For example, users will be able to import documents directly into the pdfDocs Binder workspace to be collated as a Court Bundle or Deal Bible; compare two documents for changes from the custom Lewis Silkin Word compare screen; collate and generate PDF documents; fill in and save forms all directly from and into the Lewis Silkin SharePoint DMS.