Advanced Legal announces 250th implementation of ILB system

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18 September 2013

Coventry-based law firm, Band Hatton Button LLP today announces that it has gone live with’s ILB. This marks the 250th implementation of ILB, the fastest growing practice and case management system on the market.

Advanced Legal took just four months to complete the complex implementation project, which included the merging of three different source systems (including Tikit TFB and Evolution) into ILB. The project managed different year end structures, Legal Aid requirements and branch restructuring; along with a wholesale move into a hosted environment.

Haydn Jones, Partner at Band Hatton Button LLP, said:

“We have experienced a smooth and professional transition to our new system and it is a credit to the expertise and professionalism of the Advanced Legal team to have completed such a complex project so quickly and effectively.  Speed of implementation was one of our key drivers for selecting Advanced Legal and this project has proved we made the right choice.”

Jitendra Valera, Chief Marketing Officer at Advanced Legal, said:

“ILB has grown from strength to strength and we are proud to have reached this milestone. Its popularity is a reflection on the functionally rich environment that it continues to deliver to users by offering a fully integrated system that is universally embraced across the market.

However the success of ILB is not just down to the software itself but also the services and resources in place to support it. Advanced Legal has again proven that we continue to lead the way with the speed of our project delivery. As we move into the second half of 2013 we look forward to announcing more firms joining the ILB family as it continues to become the fully integrated PCMS of choice for forward-thinking law firms.”

Advanced Legal, an Advanced Business Solutions company, has secured more than 30 new ILB deals during the first six months of the year.


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