Oct. 29, 2018
The Prestigious, Global Law Firm Will Implement Metadact and Change-Pro Premier in 2018
Litera Microsystems, the leading provider of software for the document lifecycle in the legal profession, has announced that the global law firm of Allen & Overy LLP has chosen to implement Change-Pro® Premier and Metadact® for its firm-wide document comparison and metadata management. With more than 2800 lawyers practicing in 40 offices across 31 countries, Allen & Overy has been advising governments, global corporations, and financial institutions worldwide for almost 90 years.
Allen & Overy has begun firm-wide deployment of Change-Pro and Metadact. Allen & Overy selected Change-Pro and Metadact following a detailed functional evaluation.
“Litera Microsystems is a critical element of a new suite of best-in-class technologies which Allen & Overy is deploying to remain at the forefront of client service in the legal sector,” Andrew Brammer, Allen & Overy Director of IT and Shared Services, said. “This significant investment includes a range of software, hardware and network upgrades to enable the firm’s lawyers to work with increased efficiency and agility.”
“After a thorough and professional evaluation, we are thrilled that Allen & Overy has chosen Litera Microsystems to support the workflow of their legal teams,” Avaneesh Marwaha, Litera Microsystems CEO, said. “Our team’s commitment to providing superior quality services has not gone unnoticed by the skilled professionals leading one of the world’s most prestigious law firms.”
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.