David Gray Solicitors LLP chooses Partner for Windows

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1 October 2012


David Gray Solicitors LLP, a highly respected law firm recognised as a leader within the legal services market, has recently made a substantial investment in TikitTFB’s Partner for Windows practice and case management system – along with Partner Task Centre for risk and compliance management, PDF Manager for efficient production of secure PDF documents, PDF Docs and Crystal Reports – to help further improve the efficient processing of its work.

With a number of offices in the north-east and 80 staff, David Gray Solicitors LLP prides itself on an open and innovative approach, and providing clear and straightforward advice and services to clients.

The firm undertook a detailed review of its practice and case management needs and all potential solutions; after receiving recommendations from several high-profile law firms specialising in publicly funded work, Partner for Windows was a clear favourite.

Partner for Windows’ comprehensive Legal Services Commission functionality proved to be a key factor in the firm’s decision.

“It was hugely important for us to carefully research all available options to find a solution that would integrate into our existing infrastructure and also drive efficiency and cost savings for the firm,” said managing partner Elspeth Thomson. “After careful consideration and through detailed analysis, including recommendations from other leading law firms, we selected Partner for Windows.”

TikitTFB sales director Richard Higgs said: “We are delighted to be working with David Gray Solicitors and welcome them in joining an increasing number of high-profile, publicly funded law firms who have recognised the potential of Partner for Windows in helping them to increase efficiency whilst better managing risk and compliance.



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