eDocs vs. LexWorkplace

eDocs Vs. LexWorkplace – A Document Management System Comparison

A core component of every law office is its document management system. As law firms continue to rely on technology to service their clients and manage their practices, more and more digital document management players enter the field. While this has created more options for law firms, it’s also made the job of finding the one that will adequately meet the needs of the firm more difficult. In this post, we’re going to provide you an overview of two of your many options: eDocs vs. LexWorkplace. Our goal is to provide you with the information you need to help you decide which one is right for your law firm.

A Quick Overview of eDocs

eDocs is an electronic document management system that’s used by businesses in several industries, including (but not limited to) law firms. It has an interface that can be customized to suit your particular preferences. eDocs has the ability to search Outlook as well as documents. Results can also be filtered. Law firms can create different security levels to help ensure that sensitive data is protected. The software also provides law firms with a centralized location to store documents. eDocs was not initially designed for the cloud. However, law firms may choose to run it from an on-premise server or in a private cloud.

eDocs works on Windows only.

About the Author: Robin Bull
Robin Bull holds a BS in Paralegal Studies. She graduated from Kaplan University in 2008, Summa Cum Laude. Robin is the former Program Director of Paralegal Studies for Vatterott College in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She has more than 15 total years of experience in bankruptcy, family law, personal injury law, and real estate law. Robin is a full time legal writer, editor, and social media manager. She resides in Oklahoma City with her husband, Danny, three dogs, and one cat.

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