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Scott Norby, legal software industry veteran, joins ECFX as Director of Sales

ECFX, Inc.

March 3, 2021

Venice, CA – March 3, 2021 – After over 20 years with Thomson Reuters, legal software veteran Scott Norby has joined ECFX, the leader in electronic court filing (ECF) notice management for law firms, as Director of Sales.  Scott Norby and Dan O’Day are former colleagues from Thomson Reuters Elite.

“When Dan showed me how ECFX Notice can streamline the entire electronic court notice process with workflow and flexible options for document delivery, I knew this was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.  There are very few solutions in the legal technology market that are unique and will benefit every size law firm, government agency, and corporate legal department in the country.  I’m very excited to work alongside Dan and the entire ECFX team."

Prior to joining ECFX, Scott Norby lead the ProLaw Sales Team as Director of Sales.  With more than 21 years of experience at ProLaw Software, Scott has extensive knowledge understanding the needs and operations of law firms, government agencies and corporate legal departments.

Scott consistently exceeded sales targets and was a Thomson Reuters 4x President’s Club winner.  In 2015, Scott Norby was the recipient of Thomson Reuters most prestigious sales award, The Stu Wolfer Distinguished Services Award. Recipients of this award are selected based upon uncompromising character, commitment to people within the Thomson Reuters organization, a passion for collaboration, putting the needs of the customer first, delivering strong results, and serving people within their own communities.  Scott and his wife founded Friends of the Lakota Nation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to supporting the Lakota community on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Scott will lead sales in the midsize law firm, government agency and corporate legal Department sectors on behalf of ECFX. 

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