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Clio and Fujitsu Partner to deliver Cloud Document Scanning for Legal Offices

Themis Solutions Inc releases ScanSnap integration as part of Clio's mobile app

SUNNYVALE, Calif, and DUBLIN, Ireland, March 28, 2014 — Clio, the leading cloud-based practice management solution, and Fujitsu, the market leader in document imaging scanners, have teamed up to offer a wireless scanning solution built into Clio's award-winning iOS application. Touted as a marked leap forward towards paperless legal offices, the integration offers the ability to scan documents directly to a Clio account via your iPhone from a Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 scanner.

By taking advantage of the integration, mobile lawyers on the go can utilize their ScanSnap scanner to scan documents directly to the appropriate matter within Clio, whenever they like, wherever they are. This added productivity feature continues to provide lawyers with greater freedom and flexibility when managing and dealing with virtual documents. The Clio for iPhone app's integration with ScanSnap also provides a preview feature of the document while allowing an lawyer to easily associate it with an appropriate matter, keeping documents organized and easily accessible.

"We're extremely pleased to partner with Fujitsu to offer a quantum leap forward in terms of law office mobility and document management," said Jack Newton, Clio's CEO and co-founder. "Using the integration, modern lawyers now have the freedom to manage documents no matter where their work takes them."

"Fujitsu's main objective is to help our customers achieve a more efficient, paperless lifestyle," said Mike Nelson, General Manager Sales and Marketing PFU Imaging Solutions Europe Ltd, a Fujitsu company. "Collaborating with our valued partners such as Clio to bring new applications for digitizing and managing content to be even more productive across multiple platforms continues to help us meet our objectives."

Clio subscribers are able to utilize the integration completely free of charge by downloading the latest version of the mobile app via www.goclio.eu/clioforiphone.

About Clio
Founded in 2007, Clio was produced with the cooperation and advice of Bar Associations and Law Societies with the goal of creating an easy-to-use, intuitive, web-based practice management system. Clio's core functionality delivers the tools small to mid-sized firms need to run their practice: calendaring, time tracking, note-taking, document management, trust accounting, managing retainers, and time recording and billing.

Clio's SaaS based practice management tools are ideally suited for solicitors, barristers and legal professionals that want to improve efficiencies within their practice and to improve external collaboration. The company is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada and has staff operating in Canada and Ireland. Clio is a trademark of Themis Solutions, Inc.

Visit http://www.goclio.eu or follow on Twitter @goclio

About PFU
Fujitsu brand scanners are designed, manufactured and marketed worldwide by PFU Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited (Japan). PFU is a globally active IT provider that designs, manufactures and markets computer hardware, peripheral products and enterprise software. PFU offers a broad portfolio of document scanners for professional personal, desktop, workgroup and high-volume production environments and is one of the world's leading document scanner companies. The Fujitsu ScanSnap family of scanners offers one touch efficiency for home and business environments. The ScanSnap portfolio includes mobile document imaging solutions and wireless connectivity. fi Series business scanners set the standard for professional desktop scanning, departments and production environments with high scanning volumes. In order to guarantee seamless integration of scanning into the digital document management process, PFU maintains partnerships with established local DMS experts in all major markets. The combination of partners' software and Fujitsu scanners permits seamless integration of paper-based information into electronic business processes and allows users to administer, use and process information in a highly efficient manner.

PFU has been engaged in the document imaging scanner business for more than 25 years and generates an annual turnover of over $1 billion. www.pfu.fujitsu.com/en/

North American contact:
Derek Bolen
Clio
[email protected]
Telephone (Canada) +1 888 858 2546

European Media Contact:
Lena Ahad
Technology PR
[email protected]
Telephone (UK) +44 (0) 7908 725212

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