DPS nominated as one of the UK’s Top 20 Cloud Businesses

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6 October 2015

Osman Ismail

Osman Ismail, DPS’s managing director

The leading legal technology expert DPS has been nominated as one of the UK’s top 20 independently-owned Cloud businesses by ClearWater International.

The nomination followed a thorough evaluation of DPS’s unique business model and cloud technology offer by the award-winning corporate finance house and an assessment of its long-term strategy and year-on-year growth. dpscloud, the company’s hosted IT solution formed the basis for nomination.

Osman Ismail, DPS’s mnaging director said: ‘’We are delighted to receive this accolade – a formal recognition of our revolutionary, one-stop-shop hosted IT solution for law firms. dpscloud was launched in 2012, and since then we have seen an explosion of interest from law firms wanting to adopt a hosted solution that would relieve them from the responsibility of managing their servers, protecting their data and installing & updating their software in-house.’’

dpscloud has become the solution of choice of more than 140 legal businesses, nation-wide.

With a 30 year pedigree, DPS are the largest legal cloud provider on the market and the only legal software supplier to offer an integrated hosted IT solution under one roof.

The two separate yet connected arms of the business enable DPS to offer a holistic IT solution that responds to the technology requirements of the modern legal firm. Unlike some of their competitors, DPS maintain their own UK-based data centre, allowing their clients to know exactly where their data is stored, at any moment in time.

Being ISO accredited and Cyber Essentials certified, they offer a level of data security that is difficult to match by internal IT departments.

DPS will attend the Cloudex 20:20 awards ceremony organised by ClearWater International, on the 15th October at Kettners in London.

To learn more about dpscloud and DPS Software please visit www.dpscloud.com and www.dpssoftware.co.uk.

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