LEHI, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NetDocuments today announced its cloud-based document management service has been implemented at Yale University in the office of general counsel and the president’s office. Yale was drawn to NetDocuments’ comprehensive document management suite to improve collaboration, organization and productivity between staff and across departments.
“NetDocuments meets the needs of education professionals for organizational control and universal access to their documents”
“NetDocuments meets the needs of education professionals for organizational control and universal access to their documents,” said Marriott Murdock, global channel partner program manager at NetDocuments. “We are thrilled for an Ivy League school to join the ever-growing group of global universities that rely on NetDocuments for internal collaboration and productivity. Similar to Yale, many universities identify with the need for a document management service in their legal department, and upon observing its value, expand it to other offices.”
Yale joins the growing roster of academic institutions that have implemented NetDocuments to service their document management needs. With anytime, anywhere access from any device, administrators and faculty using NetDocuments can see increased productivity and greater operational efficiency while reducing costs and eliminating hardware.
Since 1999, NetDocuments’ web-based service has given universities and other organizations the ability to reduce costs and increase security, mobility, collaboration and accessibility to documents and emails. With fully redundant datacenters in the United States and United Kingdom, NetDocuments services some of the largest and most prestigious universities, global law firms and financial services organizations.
NetDocuments is a leading cloud-computing content management and collaboration service. Organizations of all sizes can save tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars by eliminating the hardware, system and client software, and ongoing administration of a legacy client-server technology model. With the NetDocuments patented service simply "turned on," business professionals can immediately begin storing, managing and sharing documents throughout the world and on any Internet-connected device. Founded in 1998 and based in Lehi, Utah, NetDocuments has users in more than 140 countries. For more information about the company, go to www.netdocuments.com.