Advanced Legal introduce 18 new customers to ALB

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23 February 2015


AdvancedLegal200 (Advanced) enjoyed a strong third quarter with 18 firms signing up to its growing practice and case management solution, ALB, between October 2014 and January 2015.

ALB is designed to help legal firms efficiently manage their clients, cases and documents by offering a fully-integrated practice and case management solution in an on-premise or hosted environment.

London-based solicitors Clifford Harris & Co is one of Advanced’s new customers.  The firm offers a wide range of corporate and private services, priding themselves on a tailored and professional service. Following a recent move, the firm was looking for a software solution which could provide greater productivity and enable them to take advantage of the latest technology.

ALB offered the functionality the firm needed to increase efficiency whilst maintaining a high standard of client service.

Ayeesha Kirpalani, solicitor, Clifford Harris & Co, comments: “Having recently moved offices, we wanted to be sure we got the best out of our team. ALB offers us a wide range of functionality to increase productivity and save costs whilst ensuring our clients receive the same efficient and courteous service they expect from us.”

Doug Hargrove, managing director, Advanced Legal, comments: “ALB continues to attract a wide range of firms. The fact that we can offer the flexibility of a local or hosted solution makes it ideal for firms of all sizes, and at any stage, whether starting up, expanding or just looking to take advantage of efficiency gains.

“We have built excellent relationships with all our new customers during the early consultation stages, and look forward to cementing strong and happy relationships with them in the future.”

 



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