QualitySolicitors Parkinson Wright invest in the future
The firm recognised that to continue delivering high quality services to its clients it needed to provide online facilities. Today’s clients have an increasing expectation to interact with their legal service provider electronically, and to move away from paper-based communications. As part of its investment in Liberate, the firm will be implementing the Client Self-Serve module, providing clients with 24/7 online access to status updates, direct messaging and bill payment functionality. Liberate also provides the ability to sign documents electronically both for convenience and increased efficiency.
Liberate will be supporting all the firm’s practice and case management requirements while also giving lawyers remote access to case data, digital dictation and time recording using mobile technology.
Cyril Arridge, the firm’s Managing Partner said, “We looked at 9 or 10 possible providers and after a detailed investigation process decided on Linetime as the best fit both in terms of what they offered and the people themselves.”
Liberate from Linetime - Legal Software Suppliers - The Complete Legal Management System
With a single SQL server database as the foundation Liberate provides firms with an advanced and robust business tool. Liberate provides legal case, matter, document and financial management, debt recovery software and online case collaboration. Firms can select which elements best support their own business needs.
Liberate's flexibility has made it a favourite choice across the board within Top 250 law firms, high street practices, volume legal service providers, PLCs and Government.
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