Unisys chooses Bridgeway eCouncil for legal matters


Unisys Corporation has chosen Bridgeway eCouncil to support its global legal matter, analysis, reporting and spend management needs.

In order to improve efficiencies, increase transparency and assist its legal department in supporting business goals, Unisys will leverage Bridgeway’s Analysis Center, SmartLink, Corridor and Bridgeway Document Vault products.

Company said, Bridgeway will also provide a single source for its entire document, data and reporting requirements.

Unisys required a solution easy to use in an effort to establish high end-user adoption for its attorneys, paralegals, and other legal support staff.

Additionally, Unisys to integrate with other business applications required a proven cloud-based, end-to-end legal matter management system.

Unisys solves complex IT challenges at the intersection of modern and mission critical.


Many companies and government organizations are using Unisys to secure and keep their mission-critical operations running at peak performance.

Unisys also helps the companies to streamline and transform their data centers, enhance support to their end users and constituents and modernize their enterprise applications.

“Bridgeway’s strong document management and reporting capabilities, overall ease of use, and the ability to integrate into our existing infrastructure were determining factors in our decision to implement their technology,” said Lawrence Byrnes, assistant general counsel at Unisys.

Few days ago, Landmark Aviation chosed ridgeway’s GettingContractsDone (GCD) for contract life cycle management and Secretariat for entity management.

Also, Unisys Corporation announced an application that enables users of the ServiceNow platform to automate provisioning of IT resources on Azure.

In January, California State University selected Bridgeway’s eCounsel technology in order to improve efficiencies and assist the legal department in supporting business goals.

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