BW Legal continue expansion with Case Management from Linetime

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20 February 2017


LinetimeLeeds based BW Legal are rightfully proud of becoming one of the leading providers of litigation services in the UK. Having expanded to 200 staff within the last five years they are now set for further growth with a recently approved law firm based in the city of Glasgow. The new practice will initially offer additional legal services to the Leeds firm’s client base and the firm will use the Liberate Case Management software provided by Linetime. The system is being provided as a Microsoft Azure cloud based solution.

Key to being able to expand in such a successful but controlled manner is the simple way in which additional users of the software can be added as and when required. The intuitive developer tools also allow quick provision of specific methods and services to allow rapid reaction to client demand and changes within the litigation arena. The power and flexibility within the case management system is essential to providing BW’s clients with the high quality of service they have come to expect.

COO of BW Legal, Rachael Withers, is confident that by combining the firm’s ability to provide quality legal services with their continued investment in technology the Scottish firm is set to match its Leeds counterpart in terms of expansion and the quality of service they deliver.

Tony Klejnow, Managing Director of Linetime, commented, “It is always rewarding to see customers businesses grow, knowing that Linetime technology underpins their success. We look forward to supporting Rachael and her team in their expansion into Scotland and their creation of another fast growing, customer focused business.”



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