Thomson Reuters has stepped up its plans for the international expansion of Serengeti Tracker with the introduction of servers at its state-of-the-art data centre facility in the UK.

The investment in the UK facility provides a comprehensive hosting service for Serengeti’s customers around the world and underscores the company’s commitment to the corporate legal sector.

Serengeti Tracker is a web-hosted software solution for corporate legal departments and is the highest-rated and most widely used system for legal matter management, e-billing, and analytics, instilling worldwide best practices, increasing control, reducing spend and improving collaboration – internally and with external legal counsel.

“Serengeti Tracker already has a solid foothold in the UK market and the rapid growth has been driven by the pressures on legal departments to operate more efficiently, more actively manage their law firms and to show hard data on the value that legal teams bring to their companies,” said Rob Thomas, vice president, Corporate Market Development Group, Thomson Reuters. “The reassurance of UK-based servers will further enhance its appeal to in-house counsel in the UK and Europe, who will benefit from the ability to securely connect directly with their law firms to more efficiently process bills, budgets, documents, status updates and gain clear visibility into their entire legal landscape.”

Serengeti Tracker takes advantage of Thomson Reuters primary data centre in London. The facility is ISO 27001-certified for its physical and environmental controls, and includes critical environmental control features such as backup generators, state-of-the-art fire suppression and water-detection systems.

Within Serengeti Tracker, customers’ data is encrypted in transit and at rest, and annual third-party vulnerability threat assessments are performed. Finally, annual SOC 2 and SOC 3 audits will be performed for Serengeti Tracker in both the US and UK.

To learn more about Serengeti Tracker, visit: serengetilaw.com/international/uk, or watch this short video.