NetDocuments announces new EMEA-based hires to meet increased global demand for cloud-based document management

NetDocuments has announced that Steve Latter and Daniel Ibrahim, both responsible for EMEA sales and business development, have joined the company to support the accelerated adoption of NetDocuments’ native cloud-based document and email management technology across global and regional law firms and corporate legal departments. After recently adding a top five European law firm, Cuatrecasas, Goncalves Pereira, and a top 100 UK firm, Sacker & Partners, NetDocuments is responding to increased market demand by bolstering its personnel in the region.

Daniel Ibrahim joins NetDocuments as the Director of Strategic Accounts EMEA. Formerly with Thomson Reuters, Daniel brings a deep understanding of how law firms and corporate legal departments operate and interact with clients, suppliers, and vendors. His focus on customer advocacy will help put the emphasis required on firms of that inherent size and level of complexity. Prior to Thomson Reuters, Daniel has worked in senior sales and business development roles at Kroll Ontrack and Nikec in their European divisions.

Steve Latter – Mr. Latter, now a Senior Account Executive EMEA, brings more than a decade of legal technology experience to NetDocuments with a background in case and matter management solutions in the United Kingdom legal and corporate marketplace. Prior to joining NetDocuments, Mr. Latter held a variety of customer facing roles, including five years at BigHand in senior Sales and Account Management roles.   

“Daniel and Steve are two strategic hires for us in our EMEA market, and we’re extremely excited to have them onboard to support our growing customer base,” Matt Duncan, CEO at NetDocuments commented. “With the market poised for mass cloud adoption, it became critical that we have the team in place to support it – Daniel and Steve fill two very important positions for us.”

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