Best in Class Recognition for Thomson Reuters: New York Law Journal Reader Rankings Survey

October 6, 2011

New York Law Journal recently recognized Serengeti, WestlawNext, Pangea3, and Westlaw Litigator, all part of Thomson Reuters, with top honors, based on its annual readership survey.

Serengeti Tracker was selected for best matter management system, recognizing the efficiencies found through electronic billing and auditing, budget management, performance tracking, configurable reports and document management.

WestlawNext was accorded the honor of “best online research vendor”, acknowledging that innovations and advancements in WestlawNext enable legal organizations to deliver information and legal services more efficiently, control legal costs, and differentiate client value and service.

 Pangea3 was awarded best legal process outsourcing provider, recognizing its high quality legal solutions that enable corporate legal departments to expand their capacity, improve efficiency and innovate while saving money.

Westlaw Litigator was recognized as best small firm/solo research vendor.

This is the second annual Reader Rankings survey, which is designed to let the New York legal community tell New York Law Journal which vendors are the best at what they do. 

Over 4,200 readers cast votes for their favorite vendors in 51 categories encompassing the areas of Technology, Research, Accounting, Insurance, Financial Services, Litigation Support, Education and Recruiting/Staffing.