Comptons Solicitors review Redbrick Practice Management

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17 May 2017

Redbrick SolutionsComptons is an innovative, award winning, driven and well established firm of solicitors situated near Regent’s Park in London.  Formed in 1987, the firm has continued to expand and undertakes high quality property work notably lease renewal and enfranchisement, residential conveyancing, property litigation and commercial property.

Comptons run a very streamlined, efficient conveyancing department, assisted by Redbrick Practice Management.  They particularly like the quoting tool which enables them to send quotes out within minutes of taking a phone call.  This demonstrates their efficiency to potential clients and helps them compete with other firms.  Using Redbrick Practice Management has helped Comptons increase their conversion rate up to 90%.

Another area that is key for Comptons is risk management.  Redbrick Practice Management provides a full audit trail of everything that has happened on a matter.  This has enabled Comptons to do away with manual checking as everything is now stored in one easy to access place.  If a fee earner is away from work tasks can easily be passed to other members of staff to ensure nothing is overlooked.

Having all the third party products Comptons need, (such as SDLT, Searches, Land Registry, AML and Outlook) integrated into Redbrick Practice Management removes the risk of error in re-keying information and provides a much more efficient service.

This is what Angela Neale, Partner at Comptons Solicitos has to say about Redbrick Practice Management

Our recent client satisfaction survey found that 98% of clients thought they offered a better service and won more work since joining us.   

What are you waiting for?

Contact Redbrick Solutions today to see how we can help you win more profitable work on 0845 166 2629 or see

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