Edinburgh’s largest residential conveyancing firm choose Redbrick Solutions

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19 November 2013


Warners Solicitors LLP has selected Redbrick Practice Management to service its vibrant and growing residential conveyancing department.

Founded in 1977, the firm is well-established as Edinburgh’s leading residential property firm having been the ESPC’s number one agent for the last 13 consecutive years.

Redbrick Solutions have developed a bespoke version of their case management product, Redbrick Practice Management, tailored to meet the needs of the Warners team.  This includes integration with a national conveyancing introducer.  Due to the large volume of conveyancing work received from the introducer, it was essential for Warners’ Case Management solution to electronically accept instructions.

Progress on the case is automatically reported back to the introducers tracking system as key tasks and milestones are achieved, and the estate agency side of the business also benefit from the agent online tracking functionality in Redbrick Practice Management, which gives them clear updates on the progress of their matters in one simple place.

Alan MacDonald, IT Director at Warners comments “Redbrick Practice Management provides cutting edge technology through an amazingly simple and straightforward interface. We wanted a modern case management system that enabled staff to work more efficiently, integrated with our existing IT systems, and provided clients with the facilities that they’ve come to expect from modern law firms such as secure online access to their case file.  Redbrick Solutions delivered on all of these.”

Martin Macduff, Managing Director at Redbrick Solutions says “We are delighted that Warners have chosen Redbrick Solutions to be their legal technology supplier.   Warners are proud market leaders in the field of conveyancing services, and, as our first client in Scotland, this partnership is a landmark in our expansion north of the border.”

For further information and to find out more about the integration with Countrywide Panel (now available to all Redbrick clients), please call 0845 166 2629 or visit www.redbricksolutions.co.uk.

 



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