Repstor Storms into Deloitte Technology Fast 50 in 11th Place

• Rapid growth catapults the company straight into the top 15, in its first ever listing
• Repstor revs up its recruitment drive in response to soaring demand for its Office 365 for matter management approach

Belfast, November 10th , 2017 – Repstor, the ECM adoption company that helps businesses exploit their SharePoint and Office 365 investments, has shot straight into the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 in 11th place in its first ever ranking, the company has reported.

The Deloitte Fast 50 awards, now in their 18th year, showcase the cream of the Irish technology industry, ranking the fastest-growing indigenous companies based on their performance over the last four years. Belfast-based Repstor has has just relocated to the iconic Scottish Provident Building following a second consecutive doubling of revenues year on year, a growth trajectory that secured the company a high listing in this year’s awards.

Repstor’s ECM adoption technologies have attracted worldwide interest because of their power to increase the payback on companies’ existing investments in Office 365 and SharePoint, as well as content management tools such as Box, M-Files and OpenText. Its case and matter management products, meanwhile, have experienced enthusiastic take-up among private law firms and corporate legal departments.

By offering organisations a way to better organise and manage their content using software they already use every day, Repstor has struck a chord with user communities, IT teams and budget controllers. In recent months Repstor has made significant headway in markets as far afield as the US, Canada and the UAE, a feat that did not escape this year’s awards panel.

The Deloitte Fast 50 awards

Announcing the winners of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 programme, Peter Allen, a partner at Deloitte (NI) Ltd, commented: “What really strikes me this year is the focus the winning companies have on global markets – we estimate just under 90% of our winning companies’ revenues are generated by exports… Last year we highlighted that export markets would become increasingly important for the indigenous sector given the Brexit challenge, and it’s clear the Fast 50 companies are tackling this challenge head on.”

He added: “These awards offer a glimpse into the future of the technology market for venture capitalists and multinational companies, and also provide an excellent opportunity for businesses to highlight their achievements, their future ambitions and aspirations in the global marketplace. Congratulations to all our winners.”

Repstor recently stepped up its recruitment activity, aiming to boost its sales, pre-sales and delivery teams, as demand for its products continues to snowball.

Commenting on Repstor’s high ranking in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50, Alan McMillen, Repstor’s CEO, said: “We’re astounded and delighted to have entered the Fast 50 in such a high position. Certainly, 2017 has been a phenomenal year for Repstor, and we’re confident that we can sustain this speed of growth for the foreseeable future because we’re delivering a range of solutions that companies are crying out for.”

The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards were announced in Dublin on 3 November 2017. Details of the final rankings are available to download at www.fast50.ie.
To find out more about Repstor’s job openings, visit the website here.

Pact Advocaten Implements Custodian for Legal in 10 days

New ‘Out of the Box’ implementation approach delivers integrated Office 365 for matter management in a fraction of the time of other systems- days rather than weeks.

MAASTRICHT/AMSTERDAM, November 1st, 2017 – Transform Data International today announced that Custodian for Legal has been chosen by Pact advocaten as its document, email and knowledge management system.

Pact advocaten greatly values end user adoption and the security of its customer data. The firm has been using Office 365 for several years and was looking for a solution to improve end-user adoption. As Custodian for Legal seamlessly integrates with Office 365, Pact advocaten is now taking full advantage of its advanced functionality designed for the legal market such as matter management, document and email-management, collaboration, archiving and knowledge management.

Implementation began early October and was finished within 10 days. All Pact employees are using the new solution daily.

Custodian for Legal is a collaboration and document management solution, based on the Repstor product suite. It utilises the powerful and familiar interface of Microsoft Outlook and other Office applications to ensure the highest level of user-adoption. Custodian for Legal is used worldwide by law firms and corporate legal departments including Boels Zanders, Morris Law, KANA, Eversheds Sutherland & Gunnercooke.

Rob Kubben, managing partner at Transform Data said:

“We are delighted to welcome Pact advocaten to our customer base. It is particularly gratifying to have successfully implemented custodian for legal in such a remarkably short timeframe – 10 days!” This is down to our new ‘out of the box’ implementation approach which means systems are implemented in days rather than weeks.”

Maarten Klaassen, Lawyer at Pact advocaten added:

“In order to keep delivering the best service to our clients, we like to invest in IT solutions that allow us to work more efficiently and serve our clients faster.

The combination of advanced search capabilities, ease of access to knowhow libraries and matter management within the familiar interface of Outlook, allows us to deliver even better service to our clients.”

About Pact advocaten
Pact lawyers is a young, ambitious law firm with specialists in employment law, real estate law, IT law, corporate law and zoning law. Pact lawyers offers commercial, professional services tailored to the demands of the current market. Our approach is governed by several key elements: practical, no-nonsense service, close client contact and a highly competitive fee structure.

Our lawyers realise that the current climate requires nuanced client relationships and a modern approach. More at www.pactadvocaten.nl

About Transform Data International
Transform Data helps businesses optimise their workforceproductivity through the implementation of ECM, Mobility and Cloud solutions.

Many organisations across Europe rely on Transform Data to solve their information management challenges whether to support decision-making processes or by automating day-today operations that rely on accurate data.

With a focus on professional services and health markets, Transform Data helps companies and corporate departments to manage their information easily and intuitively, meeting compliancy and efficiency goals.

More at www.transformdata.eu

Repstor Joins Ireland’s Technology Elite on the Deloitte Technology Fast 50

The company’s continued momentum has prompted a new recruitment drive, as its Office 365 for matter management approach attracts high demand

Belfast, October 30th, 2017 – Repstor, the ECM adoption company that helps businesses exploit their SharePoint and Office 365 investments, has made the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 50 for the first time, the company has reported.

Now in their 18th year, the Deloitte Fast 50 awards, rank Ireland’s fastest growing technology companies and recognises indigenous technology companies that have demonstrated exceptional growth in turnover in the last four years. This summer, Repstor announced it was moving its growing operations to the Scottish Provident Building in Belfast city centre following a second consecutive doubling of revenues year on year.

By offering organisations a way to better organise and manage their content using software they already use every day, Repstor has struck a chord with user communities, IT teams and budget controllers. Over the last year, growing numbers of global and national brands have exploited Repstor’s ECM adoption technologies to maximise their investments in Office 365 and SharePoint as well as content management tools such as Box, M-Files and OpenText. Its case and matter management products, meanwhile, have experienced enthusiastic take-up among private law firms and corporate legal departments.

The announcement of Repstor’s entry into the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 rankings follows hot on the heels of news that the company is a finalist in two categories in the British Legal Technology Awards 2017, along with strategic partner Eversheds Sutherland. The partners have been shortlisted for ES/Unity™, the MS Office 365-based legal matter life-cycle management solution they co-launched in March. The collaboration has also been shortlisted for the DM awards.

In response to soaring market demand for its products, Repstor has now launched a new recruitment drive designed to boost its sales, pre-sales and delivery teams.

Commenting on the news, Alan McMillen, CEO at Repstor, said: “We’re thrilled to have come to the notice of another highly reputable awards programme, in the form of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 – particularly as it acknowledges the rapid growth we are experiencing. 2017 has been an incredible year for Repstor, and the momentum around our products feels unstoppable. That’s why we’re now actively going out to market to look for additional talent to bolster our sales effort, in a major recruitment initiative.

“Repstor’s appeal is very clear cut,” he added. “It comes from our ability to target everyday pain points for businesses around how they store and manage content – crucially, without them having to undergo huge and expensive upheaval, as they would if they went out and bought separate, specialist ECM systems. Our products let people keep working the way they always have, while making it easier to manage, share, find and track content – with substantial efficiency, productivity, transparency and compliance benefits.”

Repstor’s exact ranking within the Fast 50 will be revealed at this year’s Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards on November 3rd in Dublin.

To find out more about Repstor’s job openings, take a look here.

ES/Unity™ from Repstor & Eversheds Sutherland shortlisted for 2 British Legal Technology Awards

The result of a unique collaboration between a software vendor and global legal practice, the Office 365-based legal matter management system is a finalist in both the New IT Product of the Year & Technology Venture of the Year categories

Belfast, October 17th , 2017 – Repstor, the ECM adoption company that helps businesses exploit their SharePoint and Office 365 investments, has been named a finalist twice over in the British Legal Technology Awards 2017, with strategic partner Eversheds Sutherland, for their jointly developed legal matter lifecycle management solution, ES/Unity™.

Strong contenders in both the New IT Product of the Year, and Technology Venture of the Year, categories, ES /Unity’s double shortlisting was announced at the London Law Expo on October 10. The winners will be announced at a lavish awards ceremony at Plaisterers’ Hall in the City of London on November 15th.

Judged by an independent panel of experts, the British Legal Technology Awards acknowledge and reward excellence in Legal Technology and IT Security within the UK and European Legal Sectors. Hosted by Netlaw Media, the 2017 Awards aim to recognise leadership, innovation in technology and the individuals, teams and suppliers transforming the future of legal services.
Launched at the annual British Legal Technology Forum in March this year, ES/Unity combines Eversheds Sutherland’s years of legal experience with Repstor’s success in creating high-impact matter/case and email/document management solutions that work natively within Microsoft Office, Office 365 and SharePoint.

Eversheds Sutherland was already using Repstor technology internally to transform its own matter management. The idea for ES/Unity was born out of the Eversheds Sutherland’s own experience added to what it knew corporate legal teams needed (the firm has its own UK-based team, Ignite, which provides fast-turnover legal work for corporate clients).

One of ES/Unity’s significant differentiators is that the software was developed in close collaboration with Eversheds Sutherland’s own legal teams, so it reflects the way legal people naturally work. Eversheds Sutherland’s consulting team, which is responsible for taking ES/Unity to market, can show legal teams how to use it to improve process efficiency and content organisation, without users having to alter their normal work patterns.

Responding to the news of ES/Unity’s double shortlisting in the British Legal Technology Awards, Sheila Gormley, Repstor’s Director of Business Development, said,

Our colleagues at Eversheds Sutherland are as thrilled as we are to have been recognised in this way and named as finalists in these prestigious awards. We knew that we had created something special in ES/Unity, and the early market response – not just in the UK, but globally – has exceeded our wildest expectations.

About Repstor
Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Belfast, Repstor helps companies exploit their SharePoint and Office365 investments.
Repstors’ founders have deep heritage and experience in Microsoft and ECM technologies uniquely equipping them to deliver world-class integration technologies that transform user adoption and acceptance of SharePoint and other content stores.
Our world-class suite of products from SharePoint , Office 365 & Content Store integrations to our case management and legal matter management solutions, underpin the success of many organisations including Eversheds Sutherland, gunnercooke, ForFarmers, Pentland Brands, Value Retail , Boels Zanders Advocaten and Brose Group.
More at www.repstor.com and on Twitter @Repstor1.

About Eversheds Sutherland

As a global top 40 law practice, Eversheds Sutherland provides legal services to a global client base ranging from small and mid-sized businesses to the largest multinationals, acting for 72 of the Fortune 100, 61 of the FTSE 100 and 120 of the Fortune 200.

With more than 2,400 lawyers, Eversheds Sutherland operates in 66 offices in 32 jurisdictions across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States. In addition, a network of more than 200 related law firms, including formalised alliances in Latin America, Asia Pacific and Africa, provide support around the globe. More at www.eversheds-sutherland.com

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Within just 6 months of launch, ES /Unity™ from Repstor & Eversheds Sutherland takes the corporate legal sector by storm

 

Providing powerful legal matter management using companies’ existing Office 365/SharePoint systems, ES/Unity has found a sweet spot with in-house legal teams, attracting major international clients in the UK, US and UAE

Belfast, October 10th, 2017 – Repstor, the ECM adoption company that helps businesses exploit their SharePoint and Office 365 investments, has reported even greater than anticipated early success for ES /Unity™, the new matter management solution it launched in March in partnership with Eversheds Sutherland, the international law firm.

National Grid, Wellcome Trust, Queen’s University Belfast, and Miral, an asset management company in the UAE, committed to ES /Unity within the first quarter after the product’s launch. A major banking group, a Canadian construction company, and a US multinational biotechnology product development company, are also in advanced discussions about implementing ES /Unity.

Repstor and Eversheds Sutherland have been struck by the scale of some of the planned implementations, having initially assumed small or medium sized companies would be ES/Unity’s main market. “But there is no limit to the product’s scale, and some of these implementations will be rolled out to over a hundred users,” Sheila Gormley, Repstor’s Director of Business Development, said.

A well-known UK transport organisation, two global oil companies, a European car manufacturer and one of the leading mobile operators in the UK are also talking to Eversheds Sutherland and Repstor about using ES /Unity.

“This impressive early success is testimony to the strength and positioning of the product, which makes it a very easy decision for firms, their users and their IT people,” Sheila added.

Introduced to the market at the annual British Legal Technology Forum in March 2017. ES/Unity combines Eversheds Sutherland’s own legal experience with Repstor’s technology expertise in extracting greater value from everyday Microsoft products (Repstor specialises in matter/case and email/document management solutions that work natively within Microsoft Office, Office 365 and SharePoint).

Beyond tangible productivity and efficiency benefits, teams using ES /Unity can continue to work as they always have, and transition to the cloud in a very low-risk way. This means they can work more flexibly and potentially source talent from a wider pool. The software also provides greater transparency and management information, enabling legal teams to demonstrate their value to the business.

The market opportunity for ES /Unity was confirmed by research last year (Raising the bar: Digital technology and the enhancement of legal services – The Looking Glass Report’, Winmark 2016). It found that budget issues, difficulties blending new and existing systems, and a lack of time to absorb change, were significant barriers to improving document management – particularly for in-house legal teams.

“There is no other product of its kind on the market,” Sheila noted. “Until now, in-house legal teams have had to buy specialist matter management solutions on top of their O365 / Microsoft platform investment, which can be costly as well as overkill for the needs of a corporate legal department. ES /Unity is different – it builds on systems that are already in use every day.

“The market response to ES /Unity has surprised us,” she added. “The most common reaction we get to ES /Unity is “It’s too good to be true!” Clearly it’s something teams have been waiting for.”

Repstor and Eversheds Sutherland also plan to target small and medium law firms with ES /Unity. “This is a huge opportunity in its own right, which ES/Unity addresses perfectly. But for the moment, we’re focusing on the pent-up need in the corporate market,” Sheila concluded.

Transform Data to expand distribution of Repstor ECM product suite to DACH region after its own success in Benelux & the Nordics

Strong demand for exploiting existing Office 365/SharePoint investments for effective case management bodes well for new channel partnerships across the German-speaking markets

Belfast, October 2nd , 2017 – Repstor, the ECM adoption company that helps businesses exploit their SharePoint and Office 365 investments, has announced plans to expand sales of its content and case management solutions to the German-speaking countries of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (the so-called DACH region).
Repstor’s strategic partner for mainland Europe, Transform Data, will be responsible for establishing new channel partnerships in the region. The move follows strong sales across Benelux and the Nordics, particularly in the legal sector, fulfilled by the Dutch company.

European clients including Strukton, Boels Zanders, ForFarmers, Morris Law and Haldor Topsoe have been snapping up Repstor’s solutions, which in the legal sector harness organisations’ existing investments in everyday Microsoft office platforms, to deliver powerful case and matter lifecycle management.

Transform Data, which specialises in legal enterprise content management (ECM) solutions and distributes and builds Repstor’s legal solutions such as custodian, in target European markets, has been successfully implementing Repstor’s product suite in Benelux and the Nordics for the last three years, achieving significant success with law firms and in-house corporate legal teams.
In common with Repstor, its mission is to help customers improve productivity and deliver transformation using existing systems they have bought.

Commenting on the European expansion plan, Alan McMillen, Repstor’s CEO, said, “Broadening into the German-speaking DACH countries is a logical and exciting move given the impact Transform Data has had with our legal solutions in the Benelux and Nordic regions. The pressures and demands around ECM are the same wherever you go in the world, so the wider opportunity is substantial, and Transform Data is the perfect distribution partner to help us capitalise on these additional markets.

“What’s great about our partnership with Transform Data is that the company was founded on the same ethos as ours – to encourage customers to build on the software investments they’ve already made, instead of starting again for every new thing they want to do. With added controls and usability, Office 365 and SharePoint are the obvious foundation for content management, and our products are proven in this context. Transform Data understands and has first-hand experience of this, so who better to build new channels for us?”

René Beulen, responsible for partner management at Transform Data added, “We’re delighted to have this chance to take Repstor’s products to the DACH region and appoint new partners there. We feel privileged to have been entrusted with this opportunity, and we can’t wait to take this forward. With demand as high as it is for solid, practical and user-friendly ECM case management, we all have much to gain from this strategic expansion.”

About Transform Data
Transform Data helps businesses optimise their workforce productivity through the implementation of ECM, Mobility and Cloud solutions.
Many organisations across Europe rely on Transform Data to solve their information management challenges whether to support decision-making processes or by automating day-to-day operations that rely on accurate data.
With a focus on professional services, finance and health markets, Transform Data helps companies and corporate departments to manage their information easily and intuitively, meeting compliancy and efficiency goals.

More at http://www.transformdata.eu/

Repstor to Exhibit and Speak at Europe’s Largest Law Expo – London Law Expo 2017

The company prepares to launch a new campaign to help Law Firms exploit Office 365 for Matter Management

September 29th, 2017 – Repstor, the ECM adoption company that helps businesses exploit their SharePoint and Office 365 investments, has today announced that it is participating as an exhibitor and speaker at this year’s London Law Expo 2017.

This year’s event is being held at Old Billingsgate on October 10th and sees the amalgamation of the London Law Expo and the European Legal Security Forum. The event features 6 presentation stages, 70 expert speakers, 80 exhibitors and an estimated 2,000 visitors from the world of legal practice management, technology and IT security.

Repstor and strategic customer and partner, Eversheds Sutherland, join a line-up of world class speakers to present at 2PM on the Technology Hub stage. The talk entitled, ‘Exploiting Office 365 for Matter Management’, will be presented jointly by Eversheds Sutherland’s Graham Richardson and Repstor’s Sheila Gormley.

Repstor will launch its Office365 for Matter Management campaign featuring its new white paper ‘7 Indisputable Reasons to use Office 365 for Matter Management’. London Law Expo delegates are invited get their complimentary copy from stand A24 or download a PDF here.

CTO of Repstor Fergus Wilson added:

“Office 365 is an existing resource most firms have already invested in, and many of its capabilities are inherently superior to those of dedicated matter management systems. This is largely due to the huge investment Microsoft has made in Office 365, added to the vast ecosystem of Microsoft software partners which are enhancing Office 365 all the time with new, specialist features and integration options.”

Fergus continues, “Our latest campaign will help firms to make the case for selecting Office 365 for complete matter lifecycle management – a move that law firms ranging from large international practices like Eversheds Sutherland to challenger firms like gunnercooke have already made.”

Drop by stand A24 to discuss how Repstor can transform your firms’ SharePoint and Office 365 adoption.

New Repstor paper sets out ‘7 indisputable reasons to use Office 365 as a matter management platform’

Reason 1: It’s where the investment is

September 27th , 2017 – Repstor, the ECM adoption company that helps businesses exploit their SharePoint and Office 365 investments, has published a new paper setting out ‘7 Indisputable reasons to use Office 365 as a matter management platform’, challenging legal teams to look at the software they already have (and use every day) before exposing themselves to the expense and upheaval of deploying a dedicated document management system.

As all law firms and in-house corporate legal teams come under pressure to improve efficiency, measure productivity and collaborate more effectively, interest in systematic content management is rising sharply. But as the new Repstor paper makes clear, there is no need to invest in a dedicated, separate system for this when the vast majority of legal professionals already have established office systems they use routinely for sharing matter-related content.

Although, left unchecked, the popular practice of using email to distribute documents can be inefficient – and consume a lot of computer storage – this can be addressed easily using integrated Microsoft partner solutions which introduce new order and transparency to the way matter content is managed.

Reason 1 to default to Office 365 (O365) for matter management, according to the paper, is the sheer momentum around the platform. O365 user numbers are expected to exceed 100 million by the end of 2017, propelled by heavy investment in the platform by Microsoft as well as its cloud partner ecosystem – estimated to be 10 times larger than Google’s. So it’s a robust platform for legal teams to align their routine processes with.

Other arguments include O365’s impressive feature set, made even richer by partner solutions such as Repstor custodian or ES/Unity which among other things add structure and workflow to email content filing. Then there’s the advanced management reporting, and the inherent security controls. And so on.

But probably the most obvious reason legal teams should centre their matter management on O365 is that it they have already invested in Microsoft technology – and, crucially, users are comfortable with it. As the paper makes clear, “By choosing to buy a distinct content management system for legal matters, firms are incurring unnecessary cost and complexity.”

Download ‘7 indisputable reasons to use Office 365 as a matter management platform’ here

Repstor Unveils New Campaign to help Law Firms Exploit Office365 for Matter Management at ILTACON 2017

Repstor will present alongside other key Northern Irish legal technology innovators on the Invest Northern Ireland pavilion at ILTACON 2017

August 3rd, 2017 – Repstor, the ECM adoption company that helps businesses exploit their SharePoint and Office 365 investments, has selected the 2017 ILTACON event in Las Vegas to launch its newest campaign for law firms centering on ‘7 Indisputable reasons to use Office 365 as a matter management platform’.

This most recent campaign adds further momentum to ES /Unity™, a new matter management solution created by Eversheds Sutherland Consulting in collaboration with Repstor and launched in March this year. The new digital offering, built exclusively for the Office 365/SharePoint platform and offering native integration into Microsoft Outlook, empowers legal teams with sophisticated legal matter management.

Repstor will launch its Office365 for Matter Management campaign at ILTACON which runs August 13 through 17 using law firms like Eversheds and gunnercooke as successful proof points and case studies.

ILTACON is the premier educational and networking event for the legal sector. Drawing on the personal and collective strengths of professionals working in technology within law firms and legal departments, ILTACON empowers its visitors and exhibitors to share what works, what doesn’t and what’s next.

Repstor will join other Northern Irish legal technology innovators at ILTACON to showcase their solutions on booth numbers 522 and 524.

CTO of Repstor Fergus Wilson added:

“Office 365 is so integral to everyday business activity, including routine content management and collaboration, that it is the obvious platform for legal matter management.

“Office 365 is an existing resource most firms have already invested in, and many of its capabilities are inherently superior to those of dedicated matter management systems. This is largely due to the huge investment Microsoft has made in Office 365, added to the vast ecosystem of Microsoft software partners which are enhancing Office 365 all the time with new, specialist features and integration options.”

Fergus continues, “Our latest campaign will help firms to make the case for selecting Office 365 for complete matter lifecycle management – a move that law firms ranging from large international practices like Eversheds Sutherland to challenger firms like gunnercooke have already made.”

Find out more about Repstor’s Office365 for Matter Management on the Northern Ireland Group booth #522/#524.

Repstor Marks Business Growth and Expansion by taking up Residence at the Iconic Scottish Provident Building

Repstor moves offices to Belfast’s most prestigious location on Donegall Square and announces a doubling of revenues year on year

July 3rd, 2017 – Repstor, the ECM adoption company that helps businesses exploit their SharePoint and Office 365 investments, is today celebrating its business growth and expansion with an office move to the Scottish Provident Building.

Considered the best location in Belfast city centre, the Donegall Square-located Scottish Provident Building is immediately adjacent to Belfast City Hall and mere steps away from all the best city centre establishments, restaurants, shops and transport links. Repstor will join other resident technology companies including aPriori, Blackduck Software, Unosquare and BDNA.

Repstor, which is approaching its financial year-end, has seen a doubling of revenues over the same period last year for the second year running. The surge reflects increasing demand from global and national brands, which are exploiting Repstor’s ECM adoption technologies to better exploit their investments in ECM platforms like Box, M-Files, OpenText, HP and particularly Office 365 and SharePoint. Further bolstering Repstor’s success are its case and matter management products which are being deployed by several Law firms and legal departments, most notably Eversheds Sutherland, gunnercooke, ForFarmers, Pentland Brands, Value Retail and Boels Zanders Advocaten.


Partnerships too have gone from strength to strength this year. In March the company announced a new partnership with international law firm, Eversheds Sutherland and together launched ES /Unity™ a new matter management solution powered by Repstor at the British Legal Technology Forum in London in March. Built exclusively for the Microsoft SharePoint/O365 platform and offering native integration into Microsoft Outlook, the software has been designed from the outset to be Cloud ready but also have the flexibility to be deployed on client’s own networks if required. Eversheds Sutherland Consulting will focus on project management and working with clients to maximise the business benefits of using legal matter management technology, with Repstor providing the technical software expertise.

Since its launch in March, ES /Unity has attracted global and national attention and its first customers will be announced in the coming weeks.
Among Repstor’s latest high-profile customer wins is a key UK Public sector organisation, a large scale Real Estate organisation, regulatory organisations in the US and EU, a specialist European Insurer and another of the Big 4 consultancies. Eversheds Sutherland, a top 40 Global law firm, deployed Repstor’s custodian for legal™ as its firm-wide matter management solution and German automotive supplier, Brose is also amongst Repstor’s latest new customer acquisitions.

CEO of Repstor Alan McMillen added:

‘We are delighted to have had another very positive year of growth. We have added new products to our suite, launched ES /Unity with Eversheds Sutherland, unveiled a new mobile content management platform and we’re expanding our partner programme. This move to the Scottish Provident building gives us the flexibility and growth to support our future plans and we look forward to welcoming our customers, partners and prospects to visit over the coming months.”

In addition to new customer acquisitions, Repstor has seen deepening technology adoption across existing customers. “Once they’ve seen the impact of our ECM adoption and case/matter management technologies, it’s very common for our clients to want to build on that success through additional ECM innovation,” Alan says. “Often an organisation will start off by incorporating our Outlook integration/Repstor affinity™ into their Office 365 or SharePoint platforms and, when they see the uplift in user interaction and adoption, they’re keen to push things to the next level, increase licences and add on complimentary technologies.”