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Case Studies | Vertical Markets | Legal


Our comprehensive guide to technology solutions implemented by channel partners in specific vertical markets.

Xerox-Berlin Law Firm

The Berlin Law Firm is a smaller firm located in Burbank, California. The California law office was facing several printing-related challenges. Most law offices have very high print volumes, and Berlin Law is no exception. In fact, lawyers here may go through several boxes of paper when preparing for a single case, something that can obviously put a strain on the office supplies budget.

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Microsoft - Womble Carlyle


Womble Carlyle, a law firm based in North Carolina, needed to provide its employees who work out of disparate offices and client sites a better way of communicating, while at the same time improving the phone and voicemail systems.

Dell-EDCO


Hospitals across the country are required to keep medical records to comply with federal and state law. EDCO converts hard copy documents into digital images so they can be efficiently stored and retrieved by hospitals as needed. To run their image processing programs, EDCO used rack-mount servers. The company realized they were facing a serious problem when they ran out of rack space for servers that supported document conversion operations.

Dell-RVM


Based in New York, RVM is a company that specializes in providing document scanning, electronic discovery, and other types of litigation support services to law firms and corporate legal departments. Aside from locating needed files and documents for their clients, RVM also extracts the most relevant data contained in these files and delivers this information in a variety of formats. This company required a powerful IT infrastructure to effectively perform its duties. Work for a single case can involve gigabytes or even terabytes of data.

Microsoft-Norton Rose


Norton Rose LLP is a very large legal practice with offices in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The challenge the company was facing was that they had to find a way to reduce the amount of time individuals spent locating information.


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