Ian Kujawa joins NetDocuments as director of partnerships
NetDocuments continues its accelerated growth as the legal and corporate legal market are reaping the benefits of a native cloud platform for managing documents and email. NetDocuments adds an average of one new customer firm per day, and the growth is supported by a vast network of services and implementation partners across the globe.
Whether it’s the 60+ software companies with integrations, plug-ins, or add-ons found on the NetDocuments Marketplace, or the 100+ Certified Partners and consultants who are actively selling, implementing, training, and supporting our customers – the growth continues to be phenomenal and we couldn’t have achieved this without the help of our partners.
We continue to invest in our people and departments across the globe to support our robust partner ecosystem and are pleased to announce that Ian Kujawa has joined NetDocuments as our Director of Partnerships. Ian will lead sales and business developments initiatives across the global partner community, drawing on his experience and long-standing relationships in the legal technology market.
Prior to joining NetDocuments, Ian spent time growing and influencing several organizations in legal technology, most recently serving as Managing Director at BigHand, where he led global expansion initiatives while designing key product innovation. Prior to BigHand, Ian spent 9 years at Esquire Innovations, Inc., an industry leader in legal document production software and NetDocuments integration partner, serving as President where he drove year-over-year growth, obtaining the #1 market share position before successfully leading an acquisition to BigHand in 2014.
“We’re thrilled to be attracting top talent across our departments to further fuel and support our growth,” Matt Duncan, CEO at NetDocuments, commented. “Ian’s technical ability combined with his business acumen will no doubt enable our partner community to further grow together as NetDocuments expands into ‘majority adoption’ across the legal and corporate legal marketplace.”