Opus 2 develops the “legal cloud of the future” on Ubuntu OpenStack

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on 24 November 2015

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London-based Opus 2 International is an independent software and services provider specialising in technology for the legal profession.

Opus 2’s flagship service, Magnum™, is built entirely on Ubuntu OpenStack and has dramatically simplified the way in which legal evidence is managed:

  • Opus 2 Magnum™ users report 66% reduction in costs; 32% time saving (The Lawyer Research Service survey)
  • Opus 2 Magnum™ scaled twice as fast, in more verticals, with Ubuntu OpenStack than with alternatives

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