Litera Microsystems and Workshare: What to Expect

Our story as a company has evolved over the past few years, starting with Microsystems merger with XRef in 2016 and the addition of The Sackett Group and Litéra Corp. in 2017. Each organization brought a level of knowledge and service to the joint entity that makes us the industry-leading, end-to-end provider of document drafting solutions.

Our goal has been to help lawyers, law firms, and professionals focus on what matters, their clients. We do this by simplifying the ownership of document drafting technology which firms need – enabling them to get best-of-breed products from a single, integrated supplier

Yesterday we were proud to announce the acquisition of Workshare, welcoming them to the Litera Microsystems family, in what is an exciting next step towards achieving our goal and providing customers with the best of both worlds.

What This Means for Our Customers

The most important thing to emphasize, is that in the short term nothing will change. All products will be supported for the foreseeable future and we’re already hard at work integrating the Workshare Compare product into the Litera Desktop ribbon.

We know from experience that the key to a successful integration is minimizing disruption and inconvenience for customers, so that they can focus on the longer significant benefit derived from a simplified vendor relationship, simplified software updates, and a simplified desktop for your users.

The bottom line is that we think law firms should be able to focus on their relationships and their expertise without getting bogged down in how they create, check, or collaborate on documents. By adding Workshare to our product line, we’re taking the next step in realizing our vision, unifying every step of the document drafting lifecycle into one end-to-end solution.

Our Promise to You: Transparency and Openness

We’re going to make this process as transparent as possible, so expect to receive ongoing communications as we embark on the next step of this journey.

We’ll be posting regular updates on our blog and on a dedicated integration page, and, of course, we’ll be filling our customers in on what they can expect through individual meetings. We’ll also be sharing more details about what comes next in our customer briefing at ILTACON on Monday, August 19th at 6:00pm at The Atlantic Dance Hall. If you ever have any questions about what this means for your products and services, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly.

We’re excited to share this news with you, and we can’t wait to show you what we’ve got planned for the future.