January 15, 2018
Litera Microsystems has announced Godfrey & Kahn, a leading US law firm headquartered in Milwaukee, WI., has recently implemented Change-Pro® Premier, Litera Microsystems’ document comparison software. Godfrey & Kahn selected Litera Microsystems to replace its iRedline software, citing that Change-Pro Premier performs seamlessly within their lawyers’ workflow.
Godfrey & Kahn reported that “the key elements that influenced our decision to implement Change-Pro Premier was the quality of the product, its robust features, and the cost.” They also cited “Litera Microsystems’ responsive customer service and quality reference materials.” The lawyers at Godfrey & Kahn found Change-Pro to be “intuitive and easy to navigate” and highlighted “having the ability to accept specific changes with the change list, email redline pages only, and compare documents attached to an email” as being particularly valuable. Godfrey & Kahn was also pleased to find a single product that would provide comparison capability for PDF, Excel, and PowerPoint files, as well as Word documents.
Joy Heath Rush, Litera Microsystems VP of Client Development said, “we are proud and delighted to be working with Godfrey & Kahn in making their firm a continued success. Their investment in our solutions demonstrates how Litera Microsystems is helping legal professionals focus on what matters. We are particularly pleased that Change-Pro could provide Godfrey & Kahn’s lawyers with a single product that would provide comparison capability for PDF, Excel, and PowerPoint files, as well as Word documents”
About Litera Microsystems
Litera Microsystems is the leading provider of software for drafting, proofreading, comparing, repairing, cleaning and securing documents in the legal and life sciences industries worldwide. Our core products empower users to generate, review, and distribute high-quality content quickly and securely, from any device. Today, Litera Microsystems supports thousands of document-intensive organizations across the globe, helping them satisfy the complex demands of clients and regulators.