In the legal industry, it’s very clear that paper is here to stay. Whether it’s pleadings, filings, evidence, exhibits or other documents, paper formats are still a dominant factor in many law firms today. As much as we want to reduce its presence for numerous reasons, that tide of paper isn’t going away. In fact, for some firms, it continues to rise. That’s why law firms of all sizes need nondisruptive strategies that support efficient “coexistence” of paper and electronic documents and records.

In the past 2 years, Zimmer Kunz has dramatically upgraded its technology platform and deployed a new system to electronically capture, convert, process and route paper documents and tie them into the firm’s document management system. This implementation has created significant improvements in the firm’s ability to collaborate effectively, streamline document management processes and lower costs.

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