Lexence joins a growing list of Dutch law firms that have recently made the switch to DocsCorp for document productivity tools.
LONDON – May 08, 2017—DocsCorp (www.docscorp.com), a leading provider of document productivity tools, today announced that prestigious Dutch law firm, Lexence, has swapped out applications from WorkShare and Nuance and replaced them with DocsCorp solutions. Their purchase includes all desktop applications: pdfDocs, compareDocs, and cleanDocs.
Lexence provides legal services on real estate and corporate law issues to organizations and businesses that operate in the Dutch market. The 125-person firm is a member of the Meritas worldwide network, a high-quality legal network of independent offices.
Lexence joins a growing list of Dutch law firms who are using DocsCorp products to ensure compliance with new PDF/A requirements in the Dutch courts and to improve workflows around document comparison, metadata cleaning, and OCR. pdfDocs enables them to submit documents as valid PDF/A files, cleanDocs prevents accidental metadata leaks, and compareDocs lets users see even the smallest change between documents. Other firms in the region using DocsCorp applications include Loyens & Loeff, AKD Lawyers, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, and Stibbe.
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