Bueno, pues también la cantidad de emails que recibimos a diario comienza a ser objeto de gestión y tratamiento por parte de los sistemas de Gestión Documental. En este caso es Hummingbird, quién nos informa de la implementación de hecha en un bufete de abogados de su software Hummingbird Enterprise para la gestión de emails.
NOTA DE PRENSA DE HUMMINGBIRD USA
may 5, 2003 16:30 ET
Hennigan, Bennett & Dorman simplifies email discovery with Hummingbird Enterprise 5.0
TORONTO, May 5 / — Hummingbird Ltd. (NASDAQ:HUMC) (NASDAQ: TSX:) (NASDAQ:HUM) , developer of enterprise information management solutions (EIMS), today announced that Los Angeles-based law firm, Hennigan, Bennett & Dorman LLP, has successfully deployed Hummingbird Enterprise, a secure, integrated software solution, to identify, track and import e-mails and attachments in a powerful, searchable database. The advanced document and content management technology of Hummingbird Enterprise facilitates the capture, manipulation and distribution of document-based knowledge embedded in client e-mails, providing the attorneys with critical information in a fast and cost-effective manner.
«The law firm regularly handles large, multi-purpose lawsuits, such as governmental bankruptcies or institutional shareholder fraud cases, and our legal teams are required to sift through thousands of electronic messages for potential evidence,» said Jim Bergman, director of technology, Hennigan, Bennett & Dorman LLP. «We needed to find a way to filter all that information down so our attorneys could find the documents and information they needed, quickly and efficiently.»
After evaluating service bureaus that scan e-mails and some proprietary electronic-document importing software, Hummingbird Enterprise was identified as the best solution for the firm. «With Hummingbird Enterprise, we can process e-mails in half the time and at a small fraction of the cost compared to outsourcing the work to a service bureau,» Bergman says.
The enterprise-ready, scalable platform in Hummingbird Enterprise is built to handle millions of e-mails. Using the advanced search capabilities, attorneys can run powerful electronic searches, combining simultaneous searches against content indexes, providing a quick and easy way to find the documents they need. Once the emails are in the firm’s system, the attorneys can easily locate and tag them electronically and select only those messages that are important to a case.
«The Hummingbird document management technology has simplified the business processes at Hennigan, Bennett & Dorman, minimizing the time attorneys spend looking for relevant electronic information,» said Andrew Pery, chief marketing officer and senior vice president, Hummingbird Ltd. «The implementation of Hummingbird Enterprise has enhanced the high quality of service and value Hennigan, Bennet & Dorman LLP delivers to its clients.»
About Hennigan, Bennett & Dorman
Hennigan, Bennett & Dorman LLP («HBD») is dedicated to delivering innovative and practical legal solutions to a wide range of commercial disputes of extraordinary size and complexity. We are a firm of approximately forty highly-credentialed and experienced lawyers who effectively resolve the most difficult business problems by integrating unparalleled skill in complex commercial litigation, bankruptcy and reorganization matters, and intellectual property disputes. The firm and its principals have achieved extraordinary success for its clients in these three practices areas.
The combined capabilities and efficiencies of our practices were highlighted in our representation of Orange County, California. HBD served as lead reorganization counsel in connection with the largest municipal bankruptcy in the history of the United States, involving the restructuring of more than $10 billion in indebtedness and other claims. We were also lead litigation counsel in 15 resulting lawsuits filed against Merrill Lynch, numerous other broker dealers, structured note issuers, and professionals retained by the County prior to the bankruptcy, including attorneys, accountants, and financial advisors. Ultimately, HBD’s advocacy enabled the County to recover more than $871 million.