Advanced Legal goes from strength to strength with eight new customers going live in July

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27 August 2014


Hargrove: Clients want to start reaping the rewards of their investment as soon as possible and we are perfectly placed to help them achieve this aim

(Advanced) has gained further momentum this summer, following its strong second quarter performance, after eight new customers went live on its practice and case management system ALB during July 2014.

Advanced is seeing growing market demand for its solutions.  In March the company secured its 300th customer for its ALB solution and a strong second quarter saw a further 17 law firms select ALB.

Advanced typically delivers a software solution from contract signing to implementation in 12 weeks, ensuring its clients quickly benefit from their IT investments.

Doug Hargrove, managing director at Advanced Legal said: “ALB is the solution of choice for forward thinking law firms and this is reflected in our strong growth. Firms clearly see the benefits that ALB can give them and the fact that we can deliver those benefits quickly through our experienced professional services team further strengthens our proposition to the market.

“Our project team has vast amounts of market knowledge and is used to handling firms of varying sizes, including one client that went from contract signing to live in just eight working days late last year.”

Doug continues, “Clients want to start reaping the rewards of their investment as soon as possible and we are perfectly placed to help them achieve this aim.”

ALB is a fully-integrated practice and case management system designed to help legal firms efficiently manage their clients, cases and documents.



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