Advanced Legal launches practice management solution in Northern Ireland

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2 May 2014


(Advanced) has launched its ALB practice management solution into the Northern Irish market. More than 50 law firms from Northern Ireland attended the launch event to learn more about the ALB software.

ALB offers core financial and practice management functionality and cutting edge workflow solutions which enable standardisation and automation of time consuming processes, assisting firms to increase efficiency and speed up case progression. The workflow toolkit allows staff to create and amend processes quickly and easily without the need for development knowledge.

Advanced has also launch two ‘out-of-the-box’ case applications, Client & Matter Inception, and Conveyancing, which have been customised to reduce the amount of data-entry duplication. The apps will also simplify the overall process for firms managing routine and complex case loads.

Doug Hargrove, Managing Director of Advanced Legal, comments, “Advanced Legal is very pleased with the market reaction to the new ALB case apps and the workflow toolkit.  Clients find ALB easy to use and can quickly build automated processes. We are already fielding many requests from firms interested in seeing how they can take advantage of the new apps.”

Jimmy Scullion, Ireland General Manager of Advanced Legal, says: “The legal market is ready for leading edge software that enables smarter working and we are seeing an increasing number of law firms investing

in practice management software, such as ALB. These firms are realising that technology investment is not an option, but a competitive necessity.”

Advanced Legal has already signed up its first ALB customer in Northern Ireland and is actively engaged with a number of firms looking to achieve efficiency gains by replacing its multiple aging systems with a single, fully integrated solution.

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About Advanced Legal

Advanced Legal has over 30 years’ experience providing software to more than 5,000 law firms, barristers’ chambers and coroners’ offices in the UK and Ireland.

Advanced Legal helps customers improve their overall partnership and chambers performance, specifically cash-flow and profitability. Its innovative and easy to use solutions help improve efficiency, increase income and make better use of data to enhance client service.

More than 50,000 legal services staff use Advanced Legal’s solutions every day, including: integrated practice and case management (including workflow); electronic forms; customer relationship management (CRM); business intelligence, skills and resource management; document imaging; HR & payroll and mobile solutions.

Advanced Legal forms part of Advanced Business Solutions, an Advanced Computer Software Group plc company.

For further information, interviews and photography contact

 

Angela Mycock, Advanced Computer Software Group

Angela.mycock@advancedcomputersoftware.com     01625 856 513



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