Bowling & Co enters five year hosted software deal with Advanced Legal

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19 June 2014


Bowling & Co has signed a five year deal with (Advanced) to implement ALB, Advanced’s flagship practice and case management software (PCMS), as part of a completely hosted solution.

Bowling & Co is a London-based firm offering a full range of legal services to both corporate and private clients. The firm selected Advanced as its software provider of choice as Advanced could offer the support and expertise to help the firm enhance its business model and remain competitive in the future.

The six figure deal will help Bowling & Co to make a significant leap in its working practices, helping the firm to move towards a paperless office and providing employees with the ability to access the software they need remotely.

The solution provides the firm with access to ALB, a market leading PMCS solution, including intuitive workflow capability, enabling Bowling & Co to streamline its processes and increase efficiency. The firm was also impressed by the management reporting capabilities which ALB offered and its ability to assist in risk management.

Dinesh Raja, Managing Partner from Bowling & Co, comments: “The move to a hosted environment with ALB is one of the most important investment decisions Bowling & Co has made in the last decade. Working with Advanced offers us a great opportunity to move our firm forward, ensuring our technology solutions are able to meet our needs both now and in the future.”

Advanced Legal, an Advanced Computer Software company, has secured more than 30 new ALB deals during the first four months of this year.

 



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