Hubshare Announces their Partnership with Reynen Court

We are delighted to announce that Hubshare are among the first to partner with Reynen Court as a featured vendor. On the 15th August 2019, Reynen Court LLC announced the Beta release of their software platform designed to help accelerate the acquisition of new and existing technologies for law firms and legal departments.

The platform combines a solution store for legal technology along with a powerful control panel making it effortless for law firms and legal departments to run applications either on-premise or within virtual private clouds. The platform additionally enables firms to manage their software subscriptions with enhanced interoperability between applications and provides usage monitoring and advanced application-specific metrics to assist with better predictability of IT software and infrastructure maintenance and expenditure.

Nicholas Child, Co-Founder and CEO of Hubshare, commented on the partnership, “We are excited to be working with the team at Reynen Court and be one of the first featured solutions.”

Following the Beta launches, Reynen Court has also launched a new website (www.reynencourt.com) where platform demos can be arranged and featured solution partners are highlighted. Andy Klein, Founder and CEO of Reynen Court, noted, “We are pleased by the breadth of solution partner interest in our platform and are happy to have Hubshare be amongst the first wave.

About Hubshare

A collaborative and secure file sharing platform that empowers professionals to collaborate more effectively and efficiently. With clients around the globe, Hubshare maximises your business’s productivity and helps increase client engagement.

About Reynen Court

Reynen Court LLC (www.reynencourt.com) enables law firms and corporate legal departments to speed their adoption of AI and other new technologies.  Our platform combines a solution store for legal technology with a powerful control panel that makes it easy to adopt and manage modern cloud-based software applications without having to trust firm or client content to the rapidly growing universe of vertically integrated SaaS providers.  The platform also lets firms manage subscriptions and provisioning from one place and provides valuable telemetry and enhanced interoperability between and among third-party applications.  Founded by serial Internet entrepreneur and former Cravath, Swaine and Moore associate Andrew D. Klein, Reynen Court is supported by a broad consortium of nineteen of the largest global law firms.  Clifford Chance and Latham & Watkins serve as co-chairs of the Reynen Court consortium and are also investors in the company.  Paul Weiss serves as vice chair of the consortium.

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