NEW YORK, Jan. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- HP Autonomy today announced that several leading law firms around the world have selected Autonomy WorkSite for enterprise-wide information management. Autonomy WorkSite has replaced competitive on-premises and cloud offerings at firms including Bowman and Brooke LLP, Cozen O'Connor, Davis Polk, Fox Rothschild LLP, Harper Macleod LLP, Levine Lee LLP, Norton Rose, Polsinelli Shughart, and Womble Carlyle, further solidifying HP Autonomy's leadership in the legal market. Autonomy WorkSite is the de facto standard for the legal industry, powering the world's largest firms, including 80 of the Am Law 100, 150 of the Am Law 200, more than 500 corporate legal departments and more than 2,000 law firms and professional services organizations globally. "We turned to HP Autonomy for its comprehensive, cloud-based document management system," said Kenneth E. Lee, partner, Levine Lee LLP. "We are very pleased thus far—it provides us with a secure, hosted document management platform that is integrated with our desktop applications.""We chose HP Autonomy because of WorkSite's superior email management capabilities and their ability to offer a rich mobile experience for anytime, anywhere document and email access," said Brian Gillam, chief information officer, Cozen O'Connor—an AM Law 100 firm. "Our firm went from decision through conversion from OpenText and into our first production rollout within four months, and the transition was seamless." Autonomy WorkSite, delivered on premises or in the cloud, provides organizations of any size with secure access to content from anywhere, at any time, on any device. Built on HP Autonomy's unique meaning-based Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL), Autonomy WorkSite provides a unified electronic matter file that enables dispersed teams to seamlessly communicate and collaborate on a wide variety of content, including documents, emails, images, audio and video.